Ardisia paniculata Roxb., Fl. Ind. 2: 270 1824. (syn: Ardisia anceps Blume; Ardisia blumei A.DC.; Ardisia colorata Link; Ardisia doca Buch.-Ham. ex A.DC.; Ardisia ovata Thunb.; Ardisia polyneura Miq.; Ardisia pyramidalis Roth; Ardisia rothii A.DC.; Ardisia volubilis Wall. ex Steud.; Tinus paniculata (Roxb.) Kuntze);
[efloraofindia:34348] id please : 11 posts by 8 authors. Attachments (3).
Please help me to ID this species
Pl check for Ardisia (Myrsinaceae).
May be Ardisia solanacea.
This plant is indeed Ardisia solanacea [Synonyms: Ardisia elliptica, Ardisia humilis] from the family Myrsinaceae sometimes it is also places in the family Primulaceae under the sub-family Myrsinoideae.
… getting confused … the group’s database already has Ardisia solanacea queries not resolved.
I am sure that it is not Ardisia solanacea. Here the leaves are very large and so the inflorescence. It can be a member of A. pyramidalis — A. macrocarpa group.
…, if you refer Kanjilal’s Flora of Assam or Dr.Haridasan’s Flora of Meghalaya you can easily identify it. Now i have no access to indian floras.
I also support … For sure this is not A. solanaceae. The leaf venation and the inflorescence tell you that this is not A.solanacea as … pointed out.
Could this possibly be A. paniculata Roxb. as per D. Brandis pg : 419. It is found in Assam, Khasi hills. Dacca and Chittgong hills. Leaves are mentioned as oblanceolate, glabrous. 8-20 in. long, narrowed into a stout petiole, midrib and sec. n. prominent beneath. Flowers mentioned as rose coloured , pyramidical terminal panicles.
I also support this to be Ardisia pyramidalis…. Pl. see the link
ANFEB05 Ardisia paniculata (please validate) : 4 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (7)
Even though I have not seen this species so far,
It appears to be Ardisia paniculata Roxb.
Re: Red fruit from Tripura : 7 posts by 3 authors. 4 images.
This is from Rajnagar, Kumarghat, Tripura
Does not seem to match with existing species so far in efi site at Ardisia
Ardisia? / Phlogacanthus sp ? (fruit don’t match but leaves and its arrangement does).
Please check if the stem is cylindrical or angular…
There’s no doubt, it’s not Acanthaceae member (Phlogacanthus sp),
Between Rhynchotechum gracile B.M.Anderson and Rhynchotechum obovatum (Griff.) B.L.Burtt ??
Could be a species of Ardisia
Some similarities with the plant Ardisia paniculata. Kindly check.
Yes, appears close to mages at Ardisia paniculata Roxb.