Tetradium fraxinifolium (Hook. f.) T.G. Hartley, Gard. Bull. Singapore 34(1): 102–105 1981. (syn: Euodia fraxinifolia (D. Don) Hook. fil.; Euodia impellucida Hand.-Mazz.; Euodia impellucida var. macrococca C.C. Huang; Euodia poilanei Guill.; Euodia subtrigonosperma C.C. Huang; Philagonia fraxinifolia (D. Don) Hook. fil.; Philagonia procera Bl. ex Nees; Rhus fraxinifolia D. Don; Tetradium cymosum Wall. ex Royle; Tetradium fraxinifolium Wall. ex Royle (ambiguous synonym)) as per Catalogue of Life;       
Bhutan, Sikkim, Darjeeling, Nepal, Laos, Malaysia, China (Yunnan), SE-Tibet,
India (West Bengal, Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Nagaland, Meghalaya, Tamil Nadu),
Sikkim, Thailand, Vietnam, Myanmar [Burma] (Bago, Chin, Kachin, Mandalay)
as per Catalogue of Life;

 

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Dysoxylum Sp.(Meliaceae) from Shillong: Attached specimen may be Dysoxylum Sp.(Meliaceae). Please ID for this specimen.
Time of collection : 19/10/2012
Location : Shillong
Habit : Tree


This in my opinion is not Dysoxylum but Tetradium fraxinifolium (Rutaceae)


I think it will be Tetradium fraxinifolium



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SK1572 16 Nov 2018 : 14 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (9) – around 600 kb each.
Location:  Telkot, Nagarkot, Nepal 
Date: 27 October 2018
Elevation: 5000 ft.

Habit : Wild

Fruit smelling like Zanthoxylum.

Pl. check species available at Zanthoxylum, if so. 

It is a big tree and no spikes. Just fruits smelling like that. I tried all listed in Nepal but does not seem matching with any.

Rhus sp.??


Any idea about the family ? Rutaceae ? Anacardiaceae ?

No match !

Could it be a member of Verbenaceae?

No idea! Brings to mind Disoxylum (Meliaceae) but probably is not. Also suggests Grewia lobed fruit, but is not this either.

I’d like to know if and when you do find out…!

Evodia fraxinifolia

Thank you …!
Tetradium fraxinifolium (Hook.) T.G.Hartley
Syn : Euodia fraxinifolia (Hook.) Benth.
Nepali Names : कानुक्पा Kaanukpaa  / बोकुम्बा Bokumbaa

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Dry seeds!

Attachments (1) – 5 mb.

Attachments (2) – 3 & 4 mb.

Tree from Nagaland : 10 posts by 5 authors. Attachments (1)- 4 mb.
Please identify the tree from Phenk (Nagaland)


Can it be some Grewia species ? 

It is definitely not any Grewia
But it appears to be some sort of Ixora species to me. May be closer to Ixora brachiata? (Not sure though. Please ask some experts about it). 
Also, I would like to know the correct identity if someone pointed out. 


No Grewia, it can be some burseraceae

As Malvaceae doesn’t have opposite or compound leaves! 

Tetradium fraxinifolium (Hook.) T.G.Hartley
Syn : Euodia fraxinifolia (Hook.) Benth.

Evodia fraxinifolia (Rutaceae)

I agree with …


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