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prasanna gogate

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Mar 3, 2011, 1:18:15 PM3/3/11
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PLEASE HELP ME FOR ID. LEAF HAVE CHILLY LIKE  ODOUR. IT IS SACRED GROVE OF DAPOLI
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Rashida Atthar

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Mar 4, 2011, 12:08:27 AM3/4/11
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This looks like Murraya paniculata  locally called kamini.Flowers have a pleasant fragrance.
 
Kindly aslo input Id no for plants to be ided as follows: DDMMYY+initials+serial no. For this one posted your id no would have been as follows: 040311PG1
 
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Rashida.

Mahadeswara

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Mar 4, 2011, 2:23:07 AM3/4/11
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Murraya paniculata ( Rutaceae) for me also. These are naturalised
in Guindy National park, Chennai . This is called kattu karuvapile
( wild curry leaves). This is one of the important plants of eastern
coast vegetation.
Another cultivated variety of Murraya is M.exotica (China box),
commonly cultivated in gardens. I have one in my house. The flowers
are very fragrant.

On Mar 3, 11:18 pm, prasanna gogate <gogat...@gmail.com> wrote:
> PLEASE HELP ME FOR ID. LEAF HAVE CHILLY LIKE  ODOUR. IT IS SACRED GROVE OF
> DAPOLI
>
>  DSC01830.JPG
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Satish Chile

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Mar 6, 2011, 7:11:12 AM3/6/11
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Yes Murraya paniculata. Called Madhukamini
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Dr. Satish Kumar Chile
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