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akshay surendra

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14-Jun-2010, 6:57:19 am14/06/10
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sir/madam,
I have seen these two common trees in Bangalore but I've failed to identify it. ID help will be much appreciated
(The first three are of one gregarious species and the third is a flowering tree with light pink flowers that blossom in feb-march.)
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akshay surendra. 

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ajinkya gadave

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14-Jun-2010, 8:01:05 am14/06/10
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1st one is
 Tabebuia pallida
Family: Bignoniaceae
Maroon Trumpet Tree

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Rasingam L.

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14-Jun-2010, 7:15:58 am14/06/10
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Is it Broussonetia papyrifera (3 & 4 photos) (Moraceae)?

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L.Rasingam

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J.M. Garg

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14-Jun-2010, 9:03:13 am14/06/10
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A reply:
"The last three images belongs to species Broussonetia papyrifera L'Her. ex Vent. (Image DSC_0669.JPG, DSC_0670.JPG & DSC_0672.JPG)  commonly known as Paper Mulberrry. It belongs to family Moraceae. It is an introduced species to India."

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15-Jun-2010, 1:03:54 am15/06/10
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A reply:
"The leaves of 3 and 4 appear to be markedly different.
Are they from the same tree?
Padmini Raghavan."

J.M. Garg

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15-Jun-2010, 8:19:44 am15/06/10
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A reply:
"Thank you all,
Yes, The last three are pictures of the same tree. Had mentioned otherwise. Thank you all once a again."

JM Garg

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11-Dec-2019, 4:57:51 am11/12/19
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Tabebuia pallida is different as per JCU  Biodiversity of Singapore  stuartxchange  monaconatureencyclopedia  eppo (Typical specimens have only a single leaflet but some have three leaflets) 
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