Knema linifolia (Roxb.) Warb., Monogr. Myristic. 558, pl. 24(1–3) 1897. (syn: Myristica clarkeana King; Myristica linifolia Roxb.; Palala longifolia (Wall. ex Blume) Kuntze);
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E. Himalaya to China (SW. Yunnan) and Myanmar: Assam, Bangladesh, China South-Central, East Himalaya, Myanmar as per POWO;
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MS Oct, 2019/07 Knema sp. for Id. : 5 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (1)
Location : Sairep, Mizoram

Date : 17-05-2016
Habit : Small to medium-sized tree
Habitat : Wild

Three species may be recorded in your area as per Flora of China:
Following keys in Flora of China, it may be close to Knema lenta Warburg
I am marking a copy to …, who has published the following in 2016, who may help you in correct identification:
A taxonomic study on the diversity of Indian Knema Lour. (Myristicaceae)

Pl. post other and better images, if you have.


Sorry ! Not available sir


Thanks, … May I request you to pl. post the high resolution original image.



Sir, I am attaching herewith original images of Knem sp. for your necessary action
Attachments (1)- 6 mb.


Attachments (1)- 6 mb.


Probably Knema glauca


I think it is Knema linifolia (Roxb.) Warb. after perusal of A taxonomic study on the diversity of Indian Knema Lour. (Myristicaceae) – Dipanwita Banik and Priyankush Protim Bora- June 2016 Taiwania 61(2):141-158


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MS,April,2022/07 Knema sp. for id.: 1 very high res. images.
Location : Sairep, Mizoram

Altitude : ca.1,200 m.
Date : 12-05-2016
Habit : Middle- sized evergreen tree; bark reddish, exuding blood red juice
Habitat : Wild


I think it is Knema linifolia (Roxb.) Warb. after perusal of A taxonomic study on the diversity of Indian Knema Lour. (Myristicaceae) – Dipanwita Banik and Priyankush Protim Bora- June 2016 Taiwania 61(2):141-158


 


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References:
POWO  Catalogue of Life  The Plant List Ver.1.1  Tropicos  IPNI  GBIF (High resolution specimens) Flora of China  FOC illustration  India Biodiversity Portal
A taxonomic study on the diversity of Indian Knema Lour. (Myristicaceae) – Dipanwita Banik and Priyankush Protim Bora- June 2016 Taiwania 61(2):141-158

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