Combretum roxburghii Spreng., Syst. veg. 2:331. 1825 (Syn: Combretum album Pers. (ambiguous synonym); Combretum bracteatum Herb. Madr. ex Wall. (ambiguous synonym); Combretum decandrum Roxb. (ambiguous synonym); Combretum madolata Buch.-Ham. ex Wall.; Pentaptera roxburghii (Spreng.) Tul.; Poivrea roxburghii (Spreng.) DC.);
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Crassulaceae, Combretaceae and Myrtaceae Fortnight:: Combretaceae?:: For id from Chakrata- NS 04 : 6 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (4).
This medium size tree?? (or a straggler) was recorded in wild from Chakrata area, I am not sure if this is from Combretaceae, and there is mingling up in the pics, still the fruits are visible to invite clues…
Please give your valuable opinion…
It looks me Combretum roxburghii
The key to the species leads on to Combretum album (syn. C. roxburghii) and the 5-winged sessile fruits are characteristic. It is however not a tree.
Thanks …, this was not a tree as far as I remember…
Till I come back with some better images, I take this as C. roxburghii ..
Fwd: Identify of this plant species BR4 : 6 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (1)
May I request you to identify these plant specimens.
Where & when these pictures have been taken ?
… species of Combretum ?
Combretum species in eFloraofindia (with details/ keys from published papers/ regional floras/ FRLHT/ FOI/ Biotik/ efloras/ books etc., where ever available on net)
This is collected from Jhargram, Western part of West Bengal. Thanks for your guidance. I shall check the literature and let you know.
This plant is mentioned in the Prain, Bengal. Pl. 1: 482. 1903 as Combretum decandrum Roxb. (Iconotype: Roxburgh, Pl. Coromandel 1: 43, t. 59. 1796), which is, however, a later homonym of that of Jacq. 1760. The next available name is C. roxburghii Spreng. 1825, a new name applied for the Roxburgh’s plant. However, in my opinion, C. album Pers. 1805, based on a different type, is the name applicable for this species.
Combretum roxburghii :: Chandaka – Dampara WLS :: 14 JAN 2019 : 6 posts by 4 authors. 9 images.
Chandaka – Dampara Wildlife Sanctuary
Date: January 14, 2019 … Altitude: about 46 m (151 feet) asl
Combretum roxburghii Spreng. … … … thanks to … for the ID at facebook.
Plant observed on riverbeds : 6 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (3) – around 900 kb each.
Please, ID this plant seen on river beds of the Konar, below the dam.
Both lianas or stranglers.
Unfortunately now flowers. Photograhed in fruiting season.
A Terminalia / Combretum sp. I think.
Pl. check comparative images at Combretum
Combretum roxburghii ??
Yes, Combretum roxburghii Spreng. is one possibility.
What are the species of Combretum reported from your area ?
I would like to know from the experts that why the new name, Combretum album Pers., Syn. Pl. 1: 411. 1805, replacing the illegitimate name Combretum decandrum Roxb., Pl. Coromandel 1: 43, t. 59. 1796, non Jacq. 1760 is not acceptable? Why the name Combretum roxburghii Spreng., Syst. Veg. 2: 331. 1825, nom. nov. published much later is acceptable?
I am now in receipt of a clarification from an expert.
good to know. never knew people in the past just named plants in the hope that it will be accepted. seems they were playing games?
MS,Nov.,2021/78 Combretum roxburghii ? for id.:
Location : Keifang
Date : 30-03-2016
Habit : Climbing shrub
Habitat : Wild
Attaching images of what looks like�Mussaenda sp.
Date : 21.12.2012
Location: Kamrup district
Family : Rubiaceae (?)
Genus & species : Mussaenda sp
Habitat: Grows wild on rocky slopes
Habit : Shrurb
As I mentioned earlier, a friend of mine and I study the families separately and make notes based on what is given on the eflora site. We have done Rubiaceae before, so I went back to our notes and compared it with the pictures … had sent. According to our notes, flowers in this family have between 4-5 petals and quoting from the page “The stamens are as many as the number of petals and they alternate with them.”
looks like a member of Combretaceae
This is Combretum sp.
Combretum roxburghii (described in many floras as Combretum decandrum)
Please check Combretum roxburghii.
Yes, it is.