Any chance of it being a Leeaceae member?Regards
Some earlier relevant feedback:
Any chance of it being a Leeaceae member? - from Kanhaiya Lal ji
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it is female spikes of Antidesma species
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saroj ji may be correct , for the inflorescence bracts. they are absent in Antidesma
Here I am attaching some more picture & learnt the tree was collected from Bangalore. Thank you