Anand Kumar Bhattunread,
Jun 5, 2009, 9:42:05 AM6/5/09
to Anita Dake, Barry Stock, Devendra Bhardwaj, Smita Raskar, indiantreepix
Yes it is an invasive plant. But it is a darling of the birds as the cherry is edible even for humans. it is sweet and addictive (not in the medical sense). One tree hardly makes a difference. Nobody says anything against ficus bengalensis and religiosa in spite of their being invasive. (Have I committed a blasphemy?)
The scientific name is Mutingia calabura.
Anand Kumar Bhatt
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Gwalior. 474 005.
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