identification no 220711sn3

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Satish Nikam

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22-Jul-2011, 2:44:08 am22/07/11
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Dear All,
             Which plant could this be possibly?Taken at Mulshi,Pune in June11.
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satish nikam
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rajdeo singh

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22-Jul-2011, 2:56:42 am22/07/11
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Hello,
Hymenodictyon sp. from Rubiaceae.

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H S

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23-Jul-2011, 6:17:47 am23/07/11
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Ya it may be Hymenodictyon species, or even H. suaveolens, but Satish ji, one small request whenever clicking photo of young ones please see around, there is always a chance of getting a full grown tree of the same.

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Gurcharan Singh

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21-Sep-2011, 12:10:14 am21/09/11
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Resurfacing again for ID

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Rajdeo ji....................................Hymenodictyon sp. from Rubiaceae.


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