Jasminum caudatum Wall. ex Lindl., Edwards’s Bot. Reg. 28: t. 26 1842. (syn: Jasminum ovatum Wall.);
Indian Subcontinent to Andaman Islands: Andaman Is., Assam, Bangladesh, East Himalaya, India, Nepal as per POWO;
Climbing shrubs; stem smooth, rounded, glabrous. Leaves opposite, trifoliolate, glabrous, subcoriaceous; rachis to 3 cm long, usually with a pulvinous base; leaflets lanceolate or ovate-lanceolate, caudate to acuminate at apex, acute or obtuse or cuneate at base, entire, membranous, shining, venation more or less reticulate, distinctly nerved, primary veins 6-8 per side, shallowly impressed above, raised beneath, terminal leaflet 9-11 x 3-4.5 cm, lateral 8-10 x 2.5-3 cm. Inflorescence terminal or occasionally axillary, cymose-paniculate, to 8 cm long, 3 to many-flowered; pedicels short, to 4 mm long. Calyx tube to 3 mm long, dentate. Corolla white, tube to 2.5 cm long; lobes 5-7, oblong-linear, 1.3 x 0.5 cm, slightly obtuse at apex. Stamens 2, arising from the middle of the corolla-tube. Style included within the corolla-tube. Fruit to 16 mm long, ovoid, ripening black, often paired.
SK 2782 15 October 2020 : 30 posts by 5 authors. 7 images- 2 to 7 mb each.
Any idea about the family?
Vitex trifolia L. or Vitex peduncularis Wall. ex Schauer??
Any other sp is there …, rather than what you suggested,
Check with peduncularis …
Oleaceae. May check Linociera.
Does not look like …! It is trifoliate!
I do not think matches with any Vitex species as per comparative images herein.
OK I shall!
Any chance of this being near habitation?
This was in the wild near to Phulchoki hill!
So there is not much difference in elevation.
References: POWO Catalogue of Life The Plant List Ver.1.1 WCSP specimens from India in GBIF (High resolution specimens) High resolution specimen High resolution specimen 2 Annotated checklist of Flowering plants of Nepal India Biodiversity Portal IBIS Flora (FBI) Kerala plants Plant illustrations Bhutan Biodiversity Portal