On May 20, 9:38 pm, Samir Mehta <samirmeht...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Tabebuia berteroi (DC.) Britton
> Common Name: Hispaniolan Rosy Trumpet Tree
> Family: Bignoniaceae** ** (Jacaranda family)
> Synonym: Tecoma berteroi
> Consider myself very lucky to have got the seed dispersal. Initially I
> thought it was a feather stuck in the foliage!
> Please validate.
> Samir Mehta
> Tabebuia berteroi (DC.) Britton @ Santa DSC07216.jpg
> Tabebuia berteroi @ Santa DSC07217.jpg
> Tabebuia berteroi, flower dissected @ Santa DSC07218.jpg
> Tabebuia berteroi, fruit @ Santa DSC07219.jpg
> Tabebuia berteroi, fruit @ Santa DSC07220.jpg
> Tabebuia berteroi, leaf @ Santa DSC07212.jpg
> Tabebuia berteroi, seed dispersal @ Santa DSC07220.jpg
> Tabebuia berteroi, tree @ Santa DSC07223.jpg
Thank You for your appreciative comment.
I'm not sure whether they are called 'flying seeds'; When I checked the well known sources (eflora's, kew, daves garden, wiki etc) website I did not get much info on this species Maybe better informed group members can help.
Santa as in cruz, Greater Mumbai.
Surely Tanay you mean floral / fruit / plant detail (c/f
Could you help ratify the id?
Thanks in advance.
Forwarding again for Id confirmation or otherwise please.
Some earlier relevant feedback:
“Santa as in cruz, Greater Mumbai.
“Samir Ji I think your ID is correct
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