CR- Critically endangered as per Wikipedia;
Ixora johnsonii Hook.f., Fl. Brit. India 3: 139 1880. ;
Small shrubs; stem little or not branched, glabrous. Leaves to 20 x 9 cm, elliptic-oblong, acute at both ends, green with ashy patches on either sides of midrib above; nerves 10-12 pairs, prominent, looping; petiole 8 mm long. Cymes 5-10 cm across, shortly peduncled or sessile. Flowers densely packed; shortly pedicelled; calyx tube 1.5 mm long, lobes 4.5 x 1 mm, oblong, mucronate; corolla tube slender, lobes 6 x 2.5 mm, ovate, acute; anthers 5 mm long, deeply lobed at base; style 4 cm long.
Flowering and fruiting: February-May
Southern Western Ghats (Kerala)
(Attributions- Dr. N Sasidharan (Dr. B P Pal Fellow), Kerala Forest Research Institute, Peechi as per India Biodiversity Portal)
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Ixora johnsonii Hook.f. (RUBIACEAE)
Photo from Edible Fruit Plants conservatory, JNTBGRI, Trivandrum
Image of ixora johnsonii for eflora india
Image of Ixora johnsonii from JNTBGRI Edible fruit plant Conservatory
On the identity of Ixora johnsonii (Rubiaceae)- A lesser known endemic plant of Southern Western Ghats– Dan Mathew Santhosh Kumar E.S. Jacob Thomas- Rheedea 7(2):73-76 · December 1997
TAXONOMIC AND ECOLOGICAL APPRAISAL OF IXORA JOHNSONII HOOK.F. (RUBIACEAE) – (pdf)- Sreekumar, K.R., Joby Paul, and Rogimon P. Thomas- mRNA Vol.2 Issue 3 2013