Protium serratum (Wall. ex Colebr.) Engl., Monogr. Phan. 4: 88 1883. (syn: Bursera serrata Wall. ex Colebr.; Dracontomelon laoticum Evrard & Tardieu; Icica bengalensis Voigt; Icica indica Wight & Arn.; Icica serrata DC.; Schinus benghalensis Buch.-Ham.; Schinus niara Buch.-Ham.; Schinus saheria Buch.-Ham.; Tingulonga serrata (Wall. ex Colebr.) Kuntze);
India (Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, West Bengal, Assam, Orissa, Madhya Pradesh, Andhra
Pradesh, Karnataka), Bangladesh, Laos, Thailand, Vietnam, ?Andaman Isl., Myanmar
[Burma] (Bago, Mandalay, Sagaing, Yangon), Pakistan (introduced), China
(SW-Yunnan), Cambodia as per Catalogue of Life;
Common name: Indian Red Pear, Murtenga • Garo: Thikring • Khasi: Dieng sohmir • Oriya: Dongsoradi • Tamil: Kungiliam • Telugu: Busi, Chitreka, Chit
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Location Rajnagar Kumarghat Unakoti district Tripura
Is it some Euphorbiaceae?
May be Baccaurea ramiflora.
It is not Baccaurea ramiflora It is called banbhubi and the sour fruit is eaten.
Fruits look like Protium serratum but leaves are different
It could be Bischofia javanica with leaves identical but I thought it could be Protium serratum with long leaves
Please show us a complete twig.
To me looks different from images at
Also checked on net. Looks different from another species mentioned by you.
We use get this fruit even in Meghalaya it is very sour in taste but i could not recollect the name right now..
Just got the name for above fruit
Hope it will be of some help
Thanks, …, for id.
To me also appear close to images of Protium serratum at
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