Ilex umbellulata (Wall.) Loes.,  Nova Acta Acad. Caes. Leop.-Carol. German. Nat. Cur. 78: 100 1901. (syn: Ilex godajam var. sulcata (Wall. ex Hook. f.) Kurz; Ilex sulcata Wall. ex Hook.f.; Ilex umbellulata var. megalophylla Loes.; Pseudehretia umbellulata (Wall.) Turcz.) as per The Plant List Ver.1.1;
Ilex umbellulata (Wallich) Loesener in Engler & Prantl, Nat. Pflanzenfam. 1: 218. 1897. (Syn: Ehretia umbellulata Wallich in Roxburgh, Fl. Ind. 2: 344. 1824; Ilex godajam (Colebrooke) J. D. Hooker var. sulcata (Wallich ex J. D. Hooker) Kurz; I. sulcata Wallich ex J. D. Hooker; I. umbellulata var. megalophylla Loesener; Pseudehretia umbellulata (Wallich) Turczaninow.) as per  Flora of China ?;

by Sourav Mahmud (Inserted by J.M.Garg) (For more photos & complete details, click
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A wild tree with 31 wild birds -Wild Tree ID from Bangladesh SM087 :  12 posts by 5 authors. Attachments (1).
Birding 5 am to 6.30 pm under a wild tree at Kaptai forest, Hill Tracts and seen 31 species birds came to feed a wild fruits on a same tree. Name of the Tree: Unidentified
(Please see the attached PDF and see some example )
1. Greater Yellownape
2. Blue-throated barbet
3. Lineated Barbet
4. Orange-breasted Green Pigeon
5. Pompadour Green Pigeon
6. Green Imperial Pigeon
7. Asian Fairy Bluebird
8. Golden-fronted Leafbird
9. Eurasian golden Oriole
10. Black-hooded Oriole
11. Asian Glossy Starling
12. Common Hill Myna
13. Black-headed Bulbul
14. Red-vented Bulbul
15. Red-whiskered Bulbul
16. Black-crested Bulbul
17. White-throated Bulbul
18. Olive Bulbul
19. Oriental White-eye
20. Greater Necklace Lauhgingthrush
21. Striped Tit Babbler
22. Thick-billed Flower pecker
23. Yellow-vented Flower pecker
24. Plain Flower pecker
25. Scarlet-backed Flower pecker
26. Pale-billed Flower pecker
27. Orange-bellied Flower pecker
28. Ruby-cheeked Sunbird
29. Purple-throated Sunbird
30. Purple Sunbird
31. Crimson Sunbird 

You seem to be staying in a very rich environment what with the amount of varied plants that you have been posting and the birds that you have seen in a single morning. Envying you greatly…. 

It is a good example of interdependence of trees and birds.

Next year I will also give some days during the fruiting season 

It will be nice if he provides still close up image of tree

To me the tree species seems to be Antidesma bunius. It is known as Bor-heloch in Assam. A good document on symbiosis. Thanks to …

pls share more photos having close view of the the leaves, fruits & flowers to help experts to identify the plant. The ID of the plant will help us.

Here some close view of the the leaves, fruits & trunk. Attachments (7). 

Please find the details below:
After a long view and studying identification views by different group members, images depict an umbellules of more than 10 fruits. For my observations this plant should be Ilex umbellulata (Wall.) Loes. (Family: Aquifoliaceae) differing from other related species (Ilex godajam Colebr. ex Hook.f.) by its habit (a climber). For Antidesma bunius inflorescence is always terminal and axillary, simple, solitary or paired and long.
Synonym: Ilex sulcata Wall. ex Hook.f.  

Ilex godajam????

An avian feeding guild exploits the fruit of Ilex: Ilex umbellulata : 1 post by 1 author. Attachments (1) – Kaptai-NP.pdf

you would have a look if time permits !