Psychotria connata Wall., Fl. Ind. 2: 163 (1824) (syn: Mapouria connata (Wall.) K.Schum. ; Psychotria arnottiana Steud. ; Psychotria laevigata Wight & Arn. ; Psychotria viticina Steud. ; Uragoga connata (Wall.) Kuntze; Vitex laevigata Wight & Arn.);
S. India (Kerala, Tamil Nadu) as per POWO;
For ID280423MRJ2: 3 high res. images.
Place: Avalanche forest reserve, Nilgiris, Tamil nadu
Murraya paniculata (L.) Jacq. ?
Looks different from images at
I tried in Rutaceae and Rubiaceae, but could not go any closer.
A Psychotria sp.?
I concur with … I too thought like that at the first instance.
But Citrus fruits look quite different as per images at
I think Citrus only, these are very young fruits.
I think Citrus leaves having winged petiole?
Leaves are opposite deccusate, flowers epigynous.
… seems to be right.
But I am still not convinced.
POWO Catalogue of Life GBIF specimen (High resolution specimens) BSI Flora of India Flora of peninsular India India Biodiversity Portal Lectotypification of Four Names for Indian Psychotria (Rubiaceae)– Rajeev Kumar Singh- J. Jpn. Bot. 92(1): 20–26 (2017) (Abstract: Four names of three recognized species of Indian Psychotria L. (Rubiaceae), P.
bisulcata Wight & Arn., P. connata Wall., P. denticulata Wall. and P. laevigata Wight & Arn., are lectotypified)