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Uvaria hamiltonii ?
Uvaria is not recorded/listed in Flora of Mizoram
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Sir,In the type species of U. argentea, the "REVISION" describes : "monocarps numerous, red or purple ..... glabrous,"In case of U. argentea var. bracteata, the "REVISION" describes : "differs from the type ..... petals, and the leaves .... obovate." (No difference in monocarps noted in the 'revision').Monocarps in Sawmliana ji's picture are densely tomentoseSo, I do not think it can be U. argentea var. bracteata.On the other hand, the description in the "revision" of U. hamiltonii monocarps : "monocarps 10-14, gloose to oblong ..... green turning red .... outer surface ferrugino-tomentose ....So, I think this is the plant what I see in FoI - https://www.flowersofindia.net/catalog/slides/Eastern%20Uvaria.html
Thank you.Best regards,Surajit Koley