Maesa manipurensis Mez, Pflanzenr. 236(Heft 9): 30 1902.;
I think it should be Maesa indica..
I think you are right!
Just noticed that there is a species Maesa manipurensis Mez – guess we should compare with that too, as it appears to be native to Manipur.
I am attaching some diagnostic pics. Looking at them, I think they agree with the following characteristics of Maesa manipurensis:
1. Inflorescences axillary and terminal, paniculate (not racemose), 2-4 cm, glabrous
2. base subrounded or obtuse, margin coarsely serrate or serrate-denticulate with punctate and callose teeth…
3. Branchlets… pith hollow.
I would be happy to have people’s opinion on it.
Further detailed description of both species may be gone through.
Yes, I agree with you.
ID please- Shillong- BR5 090416 : 5 posts by 2 authors. No image visible now.
I am sending herewith the pictures of some plants, collected from Shillong, Meghalaya. It will greatful if these specimens get identified.
More. Clear/resolved photo is required
I think this is a Maesa sps. (Myrsinaceae). Please check with M. indica and allied species.
Thanks, …, I think it may be Maesa manipurensis Mez in Engler as per http://www.efloras.org/object_page.aspx?object_id=2411&flora_id=2
Sir, It is Measa indica (Myrsinaceae)
Thanks, …, But images at Maesa indica look different, particularly the leaves.