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Request for Identification.

Bark turns in blood red colour when peel off. Manipur, Northeast India

Any habit image ?


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I had another Photo . Photos depicts Branching pattern. The  branches were of drooping pattern.

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I think it is Knema sp. [Myristicaceae]. May be K. tenuinervia.

For id you can consult –   Dipanwita BANIK and Priyankush Protim BORA. 2016. A taxonomic study on the diversity of Indian Knema Lour. (Myristicaceae). Taiwania 61(2): 141‒158.


My guess would be Knema sp., possibly Knema attenuata..


Thanks, … I think it is very difficult to say definitely about id with these images.
Pl. check GBIF for Knema tenuinervia and details at Knema attenuata (Hook.f. & Th.) Warb. as per suggestion by …
Three species may be recorded in your area as per Flora of China:
More species may be available in your area as per details in the following publication.
Pl. see detailed publication at

I think you should collect flowering and fruiting images along with backside of the leaves.


Seems Nothopegia sp.


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