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Called Ranchapha, having white flowering


I hope Artabotrys zeylanicus


Looks like Gardenia sp.


Ranchapha name is given to  two sp. according to net, viiz., Desmos lawii (Hook.f. & Thoms.) Saff. and Chonemorpha fragrans (Moon) Alston, but not sure which one is the correct ID for this sp.


It is neither of these two plants.
Please check Gardenia resinifera for leaf and stem characters.


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