Sapindaceae or Annonaceae or Verbenaceae?

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Pudji Widodo

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Feb 19, 2011, 11:00:09 AM2/19/11
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Dear Friends,

I send you again pictures of the last "like Verbenaceae".

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Pankaj Kumar

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Feb 19, 2011, 3:44:54 PM2/19/11
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Can this be Humboldtia decurrens [Family: Fabaceae].
Pankaj

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tanay bose

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Feb 19, 2011, 10:53:51 PM2/19/11
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This is not Humboldtia decurrens
Kindly see from the link below
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Smilax004

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Feb 20, 2011, 12:59:39 AM2/20/11
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I agree with Tanayji this is not Humbultia. Humboldtia decurrens, as
far as I know, is seen only south to Palghat gap of the Western Ghats.
Further, the leaf of H. deccurrens is paripinnate.

Here is another link;

http://www.biotik.org/india/species/h/humbdecu/humbdecu_en.html


Dear Pudji Widodo,

Where did you photograph this plant? If it is cultivated, any idea
about the origin of the same?

Regards
Giby.



On Feb 20, 8:53 am, tanay bose <tanaybos...@gmail.com> wrote:
> This is not Humboldtia decurrens
> Kindly see from the link belowhttp://www.biotik.org/india/species/h/humbdecu/humbdecu_09_en.html
> <http://www.biotik.org/india/species/h/humbdecu/humbdecu_09_en.html>Tanay
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> On Sat, Feb 19, 2011 at 12:44 PM, Pankaj Kumar <sahanipan...@gmail.com>wrote:
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> > Can this be Humboldtia decurrens [Family: Fabaceae].
> > Pankaj
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> > On Sat, Feb 19, 2011 at 9:30 PM, Pudji Widodo <pudjiuns...@gmail.com>
> > wrote:
> > > Dear Friends,
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> > > I send you again pictures of the last "like Verbenaceae".
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> > > Best Wishes
> > > Pudji Widodo
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> > Dehradun - 248001, India
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Pankaj Kumar

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Feb 20, 2011, 1:17:31 PM2/20/11
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Yes, Giby, I rechecked, this is imparipinnate Humboltdia is not, I
have a pic of that. If you remove the apical pinnule, then sure it
looks like Humboldtia :)))
Pankaj

Rajendra Shinde

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Feb 21, 2011, 7:41:36 AM2/21/11
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Could it be Filicium decipiens of Sapindaceae?

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Pardeshi S.

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Feb 22, 2011, 3:54:24 AM2/22/11
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it is not Filicum decpiens as the leaflet apexin this case is
acuminate and the winged ares is narrow where as in Filicum decipiens
the winged portion is broad and rounded at apex and leaflets acute.

satish Pardeshi
On Feb 21, 5:41 pm, Rajendra Shinde <rdshi...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Could it be *Filicium decipiens* of Sapindaceae?

amit chauhan

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Feb 22, 2011, 6:07:36 AM2/22/11
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Hi,

I think it is going near to some Rhus sp. (Anacardiaceae)

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J.M. Garg

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Some earlier relevant feedback:

“I agree with Tanayji this is not Humbultia.  Humboldtia decurrens, as


far as I know, is seen only south to Palghat gap of the Western Ghats.
Further, the leaf of H. deccurrens is paripinnate.


Dear Pudji Widodo,

Where did you photograph this plant? If it is cultivated, any idea
about the origin of the same?

Regards
Giby.”

 

“it is not Filicum decpiens as the leaflet apexin this case is


acuminate and the winged ares is narrow where as in Filicum decipiens
the winged portion is broad and rounded at apex and leaflets acute.

satish Pardeshi”

 

“I think it is going near to some Rhus sp. (Anacardiaceae)” from Amit ji.

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Gurcharan Singh

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Aug 30, 2011, 12:15:23 PM8/30/11
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Forwarding again for Id confirmation or otherwise please.

Some earlier relevant feedback:

“I agree with Tanayji this is not Humbultia.  Humboldtia decurrens, as


far as I know, is seen only south to Palghat gap of the Western Ghats.
Further, the leaf of H. deccurrens is paripinnate.


Dear Pudji Widodo,

Where did you photograph this plant? If it is cultivated, any idea
about the origin of the same?

Regards
Giby.”

 

“it is not Filicum decpiens as the leaflet apexin this case is


acuminate and the winged ares is narrow where as in Filicum decipiens
the winged portion is broad and rounded at apex and leaflets acute.

satish Pardeshi”

 

“I think it is going near to some Rhus sp. (Anacardiaceae)” from Amit ji.


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Gurcharan Singh

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