Albizia lucidior (Steud.) I.C.Nielsen (syn: Albizia gamblei Prain; Albizia lucida Benth.; Albizia meyeri Ricker; Inga lucidior Steud.; Mimosa lucida Roxb.);
Common name: Potka Siris • Assamese: পোট্কা সিৰিস Potka Siris
Bangladesh (N); Bhutan (N); Cambodia (N) ; China (N); Guangxi ; Yunnan ; India (N): Arunachal Pradesh; Assam ; Bihar ; Himachal Pradesh; Maharashtra ; Manipur ; Meghalaya ; Nagaland ; Punjab ; Sikkim ; Tamil Nadu ; Tripura ; Uttar Pradesh ; West Bengal; Indonesia (I); Jawa (N) ; Laos (N); Malaysia (I) ; Myanmar (N); Nepal (N) ; Pakistan (I); Peninsular Malaysia (N) ; Taiwan (N) ; Thailand (N) ; Vietnam (N) as per ILDIS;
Tree 7-15m. Leaf rachises 3-7cm, with an elliptic gland near base and a circular one near apex, pinnae 1(-3) pairs, !-5cm, leaflets (1-)2(-7) pairs, ovate-elliptic, 7-15 x 3-7cm, acute or acuminate, base cuneate or rounded, ± glabrous, upper surface ± glossy, reticulate. Panicles terminal, ± corymbose, heads 7-12-flowered. Calyx 2-3mm, whitish puberulous. Corolla 5-6mm, pubescent. Stamens yellow or cream-coloured. filaments 2cm. Pods coriaceous 15-20 x 3-3.5cm. seeds 6-8, suborbicular, 1cm diameter.
Hot dry slopes by rivers.
(Attributions- A.C.J Grierson & D.G Long. Flora of Bhutan. Published by RBGE. 1987 from Bhutan Biodiversity Portal)
Albizia lucidior (Steud.) I.C.Nielsen : 2 posts by 2 authors. 3 images.
Albizia lucidior (Steud.) I.C.Nielsen – Common tree from Guwahati area of Assam
Tree ID from Bangladesh _SM9996 : 12 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (2)- 1 Mb each.
Any better images?
Another picture of Tree 2 (previously sent)
Attachments (1) – 3 Mb
large tree (tree-1 image) belongs from Fabaceae ?
this may be close to Albizzia lucidior
Yes it is, It is Vulnerable in Bangladesh. I never seen any individual except it.
MS May, 2018/08 Archidendron sp. for ID : 8 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (4)
Location : Tamdil, Mizoram
Altitude : ca 750 m.
Date : 08-05-2018
Habit : Middle-sized evergreen tree
Habitat : Wild
Mizo name Ar-dah
May be Albizia lucidior.
… is right. The characters appear to be within the range of variation of Albizia lucidior having 1-3 pairs of pinnae and (1-) 2-5 (-7) pairs of leaflets, acuminate at apex and the terminal, once or twice branched panicles of heads (2-few-together) and the latter with 10-15 dimorphic flowers (central flower different from the marginal flowers). Image of the pods are welcome.