A Pterospermum sp. Is it P. suberosum ?
|Tabebuia pallida||Bignoniaceae||Pink trumpet tree, White or pink cedar||In magnificent bloom in Bangalore- 10/3/08- Ranjini Kamath||Tabebuia pallida (Pink trumpet tree, White cedar, Pink cedar)) - JCU||Tabebuia pallida (Pink trumpet tree, White or pink cedar) - indiantreepix | Google Groups||Tabebuia pallida (PIER species info)||ID FL1A/B and FL2 - indiantreepix | Google Groups|
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Yes, now it does not look like a Pterospermum, quite possible a Tabebuia, more likeli a pallida
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