Paramignya scandens (Griff.) Craib, Fl. siam. 1:235. 1926 (Syn: (≡) Citrus scandens Griff. (basionym); (≡) Paramignya griffithii Hook. f.);
India (Tripura, Assam, Meghalaya, Orissa, Andhra Pradesh), Myanmar [Burma],
Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, S-China as per Catalogue of Life;
Habit: spiny climber ; habitat: hill;
flower details: whitish colour; stamen-10. petal-5; flowering: May, sweet high scented
What hill, …, Chittagong?
If yes, check Paramignya citrifolia Hook. f.
I wanted to know if it is in Chittagong, and species distribution –
Since, filaments are free, and spine short I selected no.1 above.
P. scandens (Griff); Synonyms : Limonia citrifolia Roxb. (1832), Citrus scandens Griff. (1854), P. citrifolia Oliver (1861), P. griffithi Hook (1875)
I understand Sourav, we all have our priorities to be taken care of.
About Paramignya I copied what I found in FBI (attached here). As for current accepted name you may visit –
Have some pictures in details of this climber plants
Attached here the full description of P. citirfolia Hook. f.. in FBI.
Bangal Plants refers only one Paramignya – citrifolia
The photographs show 1) some leaves with acute and others abruptly obtusely acuminate apices, 2) filaments longer than anthers 3) filaments free, and one or two flowers with columnar disc?
So. I think we can see features of both citrifolia and griffithii. Perhaps this is the reason behind your latest lit. clubbing them together! In addition, you may like to go through Flora Indica.
GRIN The Plant List Ver.1.1 (Unresolved)