Uvaria concava Teijsm. & Binnend., Ned. Kruidk. Arch. 3: 406 1855. (syn: Uvaria eucincta Beddome ex Dunn.; Uvaria hookeri King; Uvaria lurida Hook. f. & Thoms.; Uvaria lurida Hook. f. & Thoms., var. sikkimens King.);

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[efloraofindia:35842] Uvaria narum -climber : 8 posts by 5 authors. Attachments (2)
Uvaria narum, climber, fruiting at Ulvi WLS, Karnataka 28 April, ’10. Will be grateful of nomenclature update of this species, if any. Thank you


Great plant, Have a lots of medicinal properties such as anti-bacterial properties


Pleasee see the link shows new acetogenins from U narum


Fruits appear a bit different from those posted by … at

 

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efi thread.


The fruits are unripe to guess the sp but the plant may be U hookerii on account of fruits tapering at apex. U narum fruits are blunt at apex.


The ripe carpels are biseriate and up to 3 cm long in U. concava (= U. hookeri, U. lurida) whereas 1-seriate and up to 5 cm long in U. narum.  Thus, the former seems probable.





References:
A conspectus of Indo-Burmese Annonaceae by I. M. Turner- Nordic Journal of Botany 33: 257–299, 2015

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