Hello Folks Have got pics of Cerbera manghas taken in Lalbagh.The
twinned Fruits pics i have posted are probably those of C.odollum.Will
confirm as soon as possible after checking with an expert in Lalbagh.
On 8/26/09, Barry Stock <barry...@gmail.com
> Here is a Tabernaemontana with twinned globular fruit, from Thailand,
> Peninsular Malaysia, Sumatra, Borneo (Sarawak, Brunei, Sabah, West-,
> Central- and East-Kalimantan) and the Philippines:
> Unfortunately the fruits are red!
> However, I would imagine the tree in question is a Tabernaemontana spp.
> On Aug 19, 2009, at 1:23 AM, J.M. Garg wrote:
>> Forwarding again for Id assistance pl.
>> Earlier feedbacks:
>> "Hello Dinesh Ji
>> you are very close to the I. D. it is certainly some Cerbera but not
>> C. manghas. i checked out with C. odollum but it is not matching with
>> it. but certainly very close to cerbera( the fruit and the calyx are
>> very indicative).
>> Satish Pardeshi"
>> "Hello friends,
>> Just a wild guess, Could this be "Tabernaemontana elegans"??
>> best wishes
>> "I had guessed Cerbera as well, but I could not find a match for the
>> flowers or foliage. It appears that the twinned fruit is not always a
>> feature of Cerberas spp.
>> A new species? Is that possible in long-inhabited India?
>> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
>> From: ranjini kamath <ranj...@gmail.com
>> Date: 2009/7/19
>> Subject: [indiantreepix:14718] Tree for ID-190709-RK
>> To: indiatreepix <indian...@googlegroups.com
>> Request ID of this v..tall tree - Lalbagh-12-07-09.
>> Thank you.
>> Ranjini Kamath
>> With regards,
>> J.M.Garg (jmg...@gmail.com
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