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raghu ananth

Sep 2, 2010, 2:54:31 PM9/2/10
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White Palas tree, 
(No flowers found during the season.)
Regional - Bili Muttuga
(Red flowering trees are known as Flame of the forest is Butea Monosperma).

The forest dept, staff in Sirsi consider these white flowering trees to be very rare (they generally say 1 in 10,000+ trees are white palas) 
(Only two such trees are sighted in this forest.)

Sirsi Uttara kannada
Habitat:  Forest,
18 August 2010
Height of the tree 15-18 feet.


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Kapil Sama

Aug 3, 2013, 4:22:23 AM8/3/13
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read your messages..can you provide me with details about availability of white palash tree/sapling in you region..i will be grateful..need it for research..

On Friday, 3 September 2010 13:13:16 UTC+5:30, Ushaprabha wrote:

Sapllings of white Palash were  available on payment
 in the nursary of Forest dept at Jabalpur in M.P.
Sapllings of yellow Palash were available in forest nursary of
Balaghat in M.P.
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J.M. Garg

Aug 3, 2013, 9:18:32 AM8/3/13
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Hi, Kapil ji,
You can find some more discussions on white palas at efi page: Butea monosperma

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