Species- C. It is an ornamental plant mostly found in home gardens for decoration. Callicarpa macrophylla is specie which is majorly found from India to Malaysia. And other species are distributed in other parts of the world.
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Locally known as "Daiyya", the fruits are edible sweet with pleasant aroma and considered useful in curing mouth blisters. You seem to be right You are right Verbenaceae : Callicarpa macrophylla Vahl : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments 3. Fruits have a specific taste and are medicinal. Lamiaceae Incl. Attachments 5 This shrub was recorded from near Gobind Ghat in Uttrakhand.. Callicarpa macrophylla.. Callicarpa tomentosa Attachments 4 I am not familiar with this genus, Callicarpa.
I photographed these pics on Sept I waited for flowers and today i noticed tiny pink flowers, possibly 4-merous well, i am still doing without glasses, but time has come to get one! Hope i will get flower pictures tomorrow. But, not guaranteed, for there were only two specimen, on the 24th last month, in a bamboo thicket whereas today there was only one.
Because, this is the time when villagers collect fuelwood by removing all sorts of weeds. There is scarcely any trunk, base is woody. Stem cannot be called 4-angled. Entire plant is woolly. Leaf blades are 15cm or more long, petiole around 2 cm. Bengal Plants lists - C. Bengal, Tirhut, Chittagong C. Thank you These are the photographs i have recorded today.
In the first pic 3 branches can be seen coming out from the ground level, each one around 2 ft. Not all leaves are opposite, instead a few leave at base region are alternate! Stem terete, leaves crenate, abaxially gray-stellate -tomentose, adaxially a little hairy Flowers are around 2.
I think it is C. Bengal Plants; 2. A taxonomic revision of the genus Callicarpa L. I use the leaves to repel insects and the fruit to make jelly. I am not a botanist but please is there some reason why you did not include the C. I hope it is permitted for me to post this link so you may see a C. Thank you for the question. The others listed are synonyms, three of which are illegitimate.
I prefer to trust "The Catalogue of Life" which is updated more frequently. Please check here and you will see only one C. I had only wondered why it was not on your list of possibilities.
I am not a botanist and I apologize if I have said too much. I am also a non-botanist member. Also, I think even an authentic site can have wrongly identified species. Our own group is an example of course our moderators would tell you that all species id gets correctly identified eventually Now, something on C.
However, biotik description will tell you that the species I have submitted is not C. This is what I get as "source database" of names. Attachments 1 Callicarpa tomentosa??? Attachments 10 Sharing some pictures of Callicarpa tementosa??? It is very confusing for me.
All look similar to C. Pictures were shot today at Mudkhu, Nepal at ft. Adding fruiting images of same plant at same location.
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Locally known as "Daiyya", the fruits are edible sweet with pleasant aroma and considered useful in curing mouth blisters. You seem to be right You are right Verbenaceae : Callicarpa macrophylla Vahl : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments 3. Fruits have a specific taste and are medicinal.