Ziziphus incurva Roxb., Fl. Ind., ed. 1820 2: 364–365 1824. (syn: Ziziphus yunnanensis C.K. Schneid.);
China (Yunnan, S-Guizhou, Guangxi), SE-Tibet, Nepal, Bhutan, N-India (Assam, Meghalaya, Tamil Nadu), Myanmar [Burma] (Chin, Kachin, Mandalay, Sagaing, Shan), Thailand, Laos, Vietnam as per Catalogue of Life;
Bhutan, China, India, Myanmar, Nepal, Thailand as per Flora of China
Ziziphus incurva : 4 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (8)
Sharing some pictures of Ziziphus incurva ?? shot on 13 August 2016 on the way to naharkot Nepal at 5000 ft.
I guess this should be a new entry to the efi.
I think matches with images at
Adding some pictures I guess is ripe fruits !
Chalnakhel, Nepal on 2 November 2016 at 5000 ft.
Nepali names: हाडे वयर Haade Vayar / रजु काँडा Raju Kaadaa
SK45JUL23-2016:ID : 13 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (3)
Enclosing some pictures for identification .
Location : Godawari Botanical Garden Nepal
Altitude: 5000 ft.
Date: 13 July, 2016
Looks like Rhmanaceae to me.
Could it be Zizyphus oenoplia??
I think it’s not Ziziphus oenopolia
Ziziphus seems to be okay, but not Z. oenoplia…
Thanks, … I think it should also be Ziziphus incurva as per another post by …
Very close to Z. incurva though the this plant was little shorter than the other one. Hence, I guess Z. incurva.
Ziziphus incurva Roxb.
Nepali Names : हाडे बयर Haade Bayar / रजु काँडा Raju Kaandaa
Ziziphus incurva Roxb. : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (10)
Location: Godawari, Nepal
Date: 22 June 2017
Ziziphus incurva Roxb. : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (9)- around 600 kb each.
Location: Nagarkot, Nepal
Date: 11 June 2018
Altitude: 6500 ft.
Habit : Wild
id please:CR170113: Location: Pune University
looks like Zizyphus xylopyrus
I agree with … this is unarmed Zizyphus…
This appears to be close to Ziziphus incurva Roxb. as per images and details herein.
Fruit size looking quite big compared to Z. incurva.
I think looking big because of the focus on the fruit.
(2021/May/13 ART 2) Ziziphus sp.?: 8 images.
Location: Varathamanathi Dam, Palani, Dindigul District, Tamil Nadu
May I know the ID of this plant? Could it be Ziziphus sp.?
Check with Z. rugosa
Checked the references given in EFI website:
[ref1] Flora of Guntur District
[ref2] Flora of Eastern Ghats
As per [ref1], Z. rugosa is woody, armed straggler; thorns stout; branchlets rusty-tomentose; leaves orbicular, broadly elliptic, 8-15 x 5-10 cm, glabrous above, woolly below, obtuse, serrulate, base subcordate.
As per [ref2] Z. rugosa is an armed woody straggler, up to 6m tall. Leaves orbicular-rotund, 4-6 x 2.5-5 cm, 5-nerved, base cordate, margin serrulate, apex rotund.
In the photos, I couldn’t find thorns, and the leaves don’t seem (to my untrained eyes) woolly below (only [ref1] mentions woolly). I missed checking for both these details in the field. The leaves are not 5-nerved (only [ref2] mentions it).
I also checked Z. glabrata, as it is mentioned as unarmed in both the references.
As per [ref1], Z. glabrata is unarmed tree, up to 8m tall; leaves ovate to oblong-elliptic, 4-7 x 2.5-5 cm, glabrous or pubescent on the nerves beneath, obtuse or acute, crenate, base obtuse.
As per [ref2], Z. glabrata is unarmed tree, up to 8m tall; wood brown; branchlets tomentose. Leaves ovate, elliptic, or elliptic-oblong, 3-7.5 x 2.3-5 cm, glabrous, white woolly-tomentose beneath when young, base obtuse-subcordate, apex acute or crenate, petiole 3-9 mm.
In this case also, I couldn’t make out the pubescent/ tomentose nature from the photos.
Checked a few other Z. species, but they don’t seem to match — in those other species, either the leaves are hairy, or the nerves don’t meet (in Z. caracatta).
I am completely new to all these details, and not sure how to conclude if it is Z. rugosa. 🙂