I must admire Dinesh's eye for detail. Indeed Marodphali has pods
which are twisted much more - I see them all around in Delhi. This
plant must definitely be Wrightia tinctoria - seed-pods being paired
(joined at the top) is a clear evidence. The following picture by
Dinesh, which shows the paired pods with the flowers, should put any
doubt to rest:
On Apr 1, 10:00 pm, Kenneth Greby <fstf...@yahoo.com
> Decidedly Bignoniaceae, but doubtful Markhamia, which typically has flattened pods.
> Other than that, I don't know.
> Ken Greby
> --- On Wed, 4/1/09, Barry Stock <barryst...@gmail.com
> From: Barry Stock <barryst...@gmail.com
> Subject: [indiantreepix:9970] Re: Tree for Id2- 010409-Jm2
> To: "J.M. Garg" <jmga...@gmail.com
> Cc: "indiantreepix" <indian...@googlegroups.com
> Date: Wednesday, April 1, 2009, 12:21 PM
> Fernandoa or Markhamia, I think. Bignoniaceae.
> On Apr 1, 2009, at 12:05 PM, J.M. Garg wrote:
> On 7/2/09 in Hyderabad in AP Forest Academy. I saw it alongwith Lannea coromandelica (Wodier Tree) & for once confused it to be Lannea coromandelica only as their trunks intermingled so well along with the leafless branches. I have gone throgh the Indiantreepix link in which such pods of Stereospermum personatum [Padal] (though picture is not clear)were discussed along with those of Radermachera xylocarpa ... खडशिंगी khadshingi & Fernandoa adenophylla, commonly known as katsagon, मरॊड़फली *marodphali :http://groups.google.co.in/group/indiantreepix/browse_thread/thread/b.
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