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The plant in picture is indeed Brownea coccinea without any doubt. The
inflorescence is distinctly that of Brownea.
On Mar 29, 5:49 pm, Gurcharan Singh <singh...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Anita ji
> This can confuse many of us. When I saw these photographs for the first
> time, my first reaction was also Saraca indica from the colour of flowers
> (although they are darker here) and more distinctly the light coloured
> hanging young leaves, so characteristic of Saraca also. When I saw it
> identified as Brownea coccinea I immediately went to the web and also saw
> photograph at Flowersofindia (the first website I visit for confirming any
> doubtful plant) and was confident about Tanay's identification. Since the
> two plants look so similar I could detect two main features which can help
> in identifying the two: Saraca has much longer exserted stamens (not that
> long in Brownea) and leaves are even pinnate (odd pinniate with terminal
> leaflet in Brownea).
> This one is indeed Brownea coccinea.
> Dr. Gurcharan Singh
> Retired Associate Professor
> SGTB Khalsa College, University of Delhi, Delhi-110007
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