Schefflera pubigera (Brongn. ex Planch.) Frodin, World Checklist Bibliogr. Araliaceae 368 2003 publ. 2004. (syn: Actinophyllum belangeri (Marchal) R.C.Schneid.; Aralia moorei F.Muell.; Paratropia assamica K.Koch; Paratropia pubigera Brongn. ex Planch.; Schefflera belangeri (Marchal) Harms; Schefflera bengalensis Gamble; Schefflera stelzneriana Guillaumin [Invalid]; Sciodaphyllum assamicum K.Koch [Invalid]; Sciodaphyllum belangeri Marchal);
Assam; Bangladesh; China South-Central; East Himalaya; Mauritius; Nepal; Runion;
West Himalaya; Windward Is. as per Catalogue of Life;
Tree Id from Bangladesh_SM_1430 : 13 posts by 6 authors. Attachments (3)
Habitat: Hill slope
Location: Sangu Matamuri Wildlife Sanctuary, Bandarban
Picture taken: February, 2019
Looks like Schefflera sp.
Schefflera elliptica ???
It is shrub or small tree near a hill stream
Looks different from images of Schefflera elliptica at
Also could not find a match as per comparative images at Schefflera
What are the other species found in your area ?
if the flower buds are from the same tree), it reminds me of Tupidanthus calyptratus, or Mallet Flower.
its a schefflera of course, but Schefflera pueckleri
… has shown a case
AND NOW ..you need to follow this with a visit to the tree and get to see the fruits
To me the plant seems to be Schefflera venulosa (KATH-SHIMUL, BAN- SHIMUL)
We have 2 species …
based on the flowers its definitely not schefflera bengalensis. check your pictures. where as schefflera elliptica, its a possibility. you need better, i mean more precise pictures:
as in this page:
if we in india have Schefflera pueckleri
it can not be NOT in Bangladesh until a few decades ago BD was India, geography has not changed .
so what publication says Schefflera pueckleri does not exist in BD, i will greatly appreciate reading and saving as new information
I think these are close to images of Schefflera bengalensis Gamble as per
Re: Araliaceae : 3 posts by 3 authors. 2 images.
Location Rajnagar Kumarghat Tripura
Kindly identify it
Thanks, …, for the genus id.