Ixora undulata Roxb., Fl. Ind. 1: 385 1820. (Syn: Ixora canjia Wall. [Invalid]; Ixora conjia Buch.-Ham. ex Steud. [Spelling variant]; Ixora undulata var. maculata Regel );
Nepal to Myanmar, Andaman Is. as per WCSP;
Andaman Is.; Assam; Bangladesh; East Himalaya; Myanmar; Nepal; West Himalaya as per Catalogue of Life;
FOP gives its range as Nepal, Sikkim, Bhutan, Bangla Dash, India (Assam). In Pakistan occasionally cultivated;
Habitat: village thickets
Location: Tatulia , Panchagar
Ixora- species in India & eFI with details & some keys
Do you think your plant is same?
Do you think the plant in the photographs qualify the description attached?
One point I missed yesterday – as per FBI and “Botany of Bihar and Orissa / Haines” the leaves are acuminate (against acute) in this particular Ixora.
Attached here descriptions of I. acuminata Roxb and two links –
Please see some other pictures of my previous attached plant. Attachments (4).
I am afraid these additional photographs do not help much. If you go through key of Ixora in FoC or in FoP or in FBI you will see the most important feature starts with calyx lobes.
I can only say that if you think your ixora is same as of mine it can not be I. acuminata Roxb.
Ixora undulata Roxb.
Hooghly Today : seems to be Ixora undulata Roxb. : Attachments (8+ 4). 6 posts by 2 authors.
It is interesting that an image search “Ixora undulata” shows pinkish flowers –
But one can hardly see undulate leaves in the above images!
Flora Indica has some info on Ixora –
The reddish/pinkish flowers of Ixora, featured in google search, may be Ixora cuneifolia Roxb., as per flower colour described in Flora Indica.
It is sad that authors claiming ID(s) of certain species do not show key features in their photo-uploads.
FOP gives its range as Nepal, Sikkim, Bhutan, Bangla Dash, India (Assam). In Pakistan occasionally cultivated. No uploads in efi site uptill now.
Received ID, yesterday- Pavetta indica L. [Rubiaceae].
But, i thought Pavetta indica looks different as per images found in the net. Specially the stigma –
TQ-Manipur-03 ID : 6 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (6)
A large shrub or small tree, in riverside forest.
Found in Chandel distt, Manipur. Altitude 800-1000 m.
Found flowering in May end.
I think some Ixora or Pavetta.
Thanks …! That’s my guess too.
Keys in Flora of Pakistan:
…, your identification appears to be on the dot!
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Any Nepali names for Ixora undulata?