Strychnos minor Dennst., Reis. Br.-Guiana 33 1818. (syn: Strychnos beddomei C. B. Cl.; Strychnos dubia A. W. Hill; Strychnos laurina Thw.; Strychnos lenticellata A. W. Hill; Strychnos merrillii A. W. Hill; Strychnos micrantha Thw.; Strychnos multiflora Benth.; Strychnos septemnervis C. B. Cl.; Strychnos silvicola A. W. Hill; Strychnos similis A. W. Hill; Strychnos thonningii Solered.);
Tropical Asia to Santa Cruz Islands: Bangladesh, Bismarck Archipelago, Borneo, Cambodia, India, Lesser Sunda Is., Malaya, Maluku, Myanmar, New Guinea, Nicobar Is., Philippines, Queensland, Santa Cruz Is., Solomon Is., Sri Lanka, Sulawesi, Sumatera, Thailand, Vietnam as per POWO;
India, Sri Lanka, Nicobar Isl. (Great Nicobar Isl.), Burma, Thailand, Vietnam, Solomons, Philippines, Sumatra (incl. Simeulue Isl.), peninsular Malaysia, Moluccas, Lesser Sunda Isl. (Flores), Borneo, Sulawesi, New Guinea, Bismarck Arch. (New Britain), Solomons, Australia (Queensland, Northern Territory) as per Catalogue of Life;
Submission of Strychnos colubrina L., : 9 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (2)
I wish to add one more species to Loganiaceae
Plant name: Strychnos colubrina L.,
Ver.names: Snake wood tree (Eng.); Naagamushti (Tel.)
But does not matches with illustrations & images at
There are many Strychnos colubrina with different authorship; S. colubrina Bl is S.wallichi;
I am adding few more images.
After your comments I have again referred other books available with me; Sorry for the incorrect identification; it indicates the plant as Strychnos minor Dennst. Syn. Strychnos lenticellata Hill,
Thanks, …, for the final id as Strychnos minor Dennst.
To me also appear closer to this species as per
Try to check
Please check Strychnos sp.
Yes, it is very close to Strychnos minor, thank you very much for ID my plant
I think flowers look different as per images at
Strychnos vanprukii Craib – Mothirakanjiram is distributed in Kerala – Please check the match with description in the local flora.
Thank you very much for the ID suggestion. Flower image is very close to flowersofindia website image, but my plant is a true woody climber having bad smelled flowers.
I think it appears close to images by Dr. M.Sanjappa at Strychnos lenticellata, as per Flora of Peninsular india.
Sharing stem images and more informations.
Plant habit: climbing, branches, hard woody flaked stem 07 inches base circumference, rough black bark, hooks/tendrils, ringed stem nodes, roots on stem in favourable circumstances, long lasting
Supporting tree: Xanthophyllum flavescens
3 high res. image.