Albizia myriophylla Benth., London J. Bot. 3: 90 (1844) (syn: Acacia foliolosa Graham; Acacia microphylla Roxb. ex Steud.; Acacia myriophylla Steud.; Acacia roxburghii Kostel.; Albizia microphylla (Kuntze) J.F.Macbr.; Albizia thorelii Pierre; Mimosa microphylla Roxb.);
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N. India to N. Peninsula Malaysia: Assam, Bangladesh, Cambodia, East Himalaya, India, Laos, Malaya, Myanmar, Thailand, Vietnam as per POWO;
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Bangladesh (N); Burma (N); Cambodia (N); India (N): Arunachal Pradesh; Assam; Manipur; Meghalaya ; Sikkim; West Bengal; Laos (N); Malaysia (N); Myanmar (N); Peninsular Malaysia (N); Thailand (N); Vietnam (N) as per ILDIS;
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MS, July, 2021/19 Albizia sp. for id.: 1 image.
Location : Chhingchhip
Date : unknown
Habit : Large woody climber, occasionally erect shrub or small tree.
Habitat : Wild


Pl. post habit and leaf images.


Sorry ! Not available sir


Do the leaves in the background belong to it ? If so, it may be Albizia sherriffii Baker f. as per images and details herein.


Yes sir. But this tree seems large climber.


This was identified as Albizia richardiana by BSI, Shillong.


As per Flora of China,  Albizia sherriffii Baker f. is a small Tree, 6-9 m tall. It has got distribution in Bhutan (N); China (N):  Xizang Zizhiqu; Yunnan; India (N): Arunachal Pradesh; Assam; Sikkim; Myanmar (N) as per ILDIS.
While Albizia richardiana (syn. of Albizia niopoides var. niopoides) has been introduced in India from South America and is being planted as an ornamental tree here as per POWO and unlikely to be found in the wild. It is a large sized fast growing tree as per Flora of Bangladesh.
If detailed images are available, it will firmly establish the id.


I am unable to comment in absence of leaves.


Albizia myriophylla ?


The fibrous bark of this shrub or strong climber is sweetish, locally used in preparation of yeast with pounded rice.


Yes, possible as per POWOGBIF specimens- one and two and Pl@ntUse
But difficult to confirm with this image.


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Caesalpiniaceae ID from Bangladesh SM 190 : 5 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (2)

“black siris?


Albizia sp. of Mimosaceae?


Maybe Albizia myriophylla Benth. as per references herein. Pl. check.
Was it wild ?
Where in Bangladesh?


I think yes.



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References: POWO  Catalogue of Life  The Plant List Ver.1.1  ILDIS  GBIF specimens- one and two (High resolution specimens) India Biodiversity Portal  Useful Tropical Plants  Pl@ntUse

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