Cinnamomum glanduliferum (Wall.) Nees (syn: Camphora glandulifera (Wall.) Nees; Cinnamomum cavaleriei H. Lév.; Cinnamomum dominii (H.Lev.) C.F.Ji; Laurus glandulifera Wall.; Machilus dominii H. Lév.; Machilus mekongensis Diels);    
China (Yunnan, Sichuan, S-Guizhou), SE-Tibet, India, Nepal, peninsular Malaysia,
Bhutan, Sikkim, Myanmar [Burma] (Mandalay, Sagaing)
as per Catalogue of Life;


Cinnamomum glanduliferum is an evergreen tree reaching a height around 5–20 m (16–66 ft). Leaves are shiny, dark green, alternate, petiolated, elliptic to ovate or lanceolate, 6–15 cm (2.4–5.9 in) long and 4–6.5 cm (1.6–2.6 in) wide. Flowers are yellowish and small, about 3 mm (0.12 in) wide. Fruits are black, globose, up to 1 cm (0.39 in) in diameter. Flowering period extends from March through May and the fruits ripen from July to September.[1] The leaves have a characteristic smell and contain camphor and essential oils.

(From Wikipedia on 4.4.18) 

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MS March,2018/02 Cinnamomum glanduliferum for confirmation : 6 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (3)

Location : ATC, Durtlang

Altitude : ca 1,300 m.
Date : 12-03-2018
Habit : Large evergreen or deciduous tree with strongly scented wood.
Habitat : Wild
Mizo  : Khiang-zo


I think I had seen these images in facebook and duly identified!

Cinnamomum glanduliferum (Wall.) Meisn. is true I think


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