CATUNAREGAM SPINOSA PDF

Xeromphis spinosa (Thunb.) Keay, Bull. Jard. Bot. État Bruxelles Catunaregam spinosa (Thunb.) Tirveng., Taxon 27(5–6): []. Mountain Pomegranate is an armed shrub or small tree. Spines arise from leaf axil and are straight. Branchlets have soft hair on them. Leaves. In Indo-China, powdered and roasted fruits (without seeds) are used externally to treat ulcers, and the bark is used internally against diarrhoea.

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Not for the casual reader. II, Add Add References: Bark and fruits are used in India, Nepal and Africa as a fish poison.

Fruit A globose berry; yellow, with a crown of enlarged calyx-lobes; seeds numerous, smooth, embedded in fleshy pulp. Randia brandisii Gamble, Fl. May also be referred to include anatomy. Demography and Conservation Demography and Conservation. Medicinal Plants of Assam, India: Uses and Management Uses catunwregam Management Uses.

Fruit an obovoid berry, 4 x 3 cm, glabrous; seeds many, embedded in pulp. Orchidaceae family of Sanjay Gandhi National Park has been studied.

Catunaregam spinosa – Wikipedia

The present paper lists hitherto unreported larval host plant records of Indian Lepidoptera. Field tips Stem with 2cm long spines.

Randia brandisii Gamble, nom.

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Does not include altitudinal distribution, which is covered under Habitat. Sacred groves are tracts of virgin forest with rich biodiversity, as they catunarega, been protected for c Keay Xeromphis retzii Raf. In any event, the source must be explicitly quoted. The central area of the Coromandel Coast, southeastern India, has been subject to a very long histo The family Rubiaceae in southern Assam with special reference to endemic and rediscovered plant taxa Desc: Best supported on Google Chrome, Firefox 3.

Seasonal migration and reproduction are usually treated separately. Flowering branches Photograph by: User Group specific search options Title. Remember me Forgot password? The fruits are used as a substitute for soap. Send a request for permission.

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Close-up of a flower Photograph by: The current map showing distribution of species is only indicative. Roots mixed with oil applied for relief from body pains. Navigation menu Personal tools Log in Request account.

A decoction of the powdered root is applied directly on melanomas, and the infusion is administered orally as an emetic and to catunaregaj fever, nausea, general coughs, toothache, pains during pregnancy, dizziness, menorrhagia, depressed fontanelle, snakebites and gonorrhoea.

May be referred to as or include habit, defined as the characteristic mode of growth or occurrence associated to its environment, particularly for plants. Or, Login with your user account:. In Indo-China, it is often planted in fences, whereas the wood is commonly used in India as fuelwood.

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Flora of Fergusson College campus, Pune, India: An on-line version is also available. Flower In axillary fascicles or solitary; white turning yellow. Flowers solitary, terminal on lateral branches, pedicellate; calyx tube 5 mm long, lobes obovate, hispid; corolla tube 6 mm long, broad, densely villous at the base inside; lobes 5, 12 mm long, obovate, twisted, white; stamens 5, anthers sessile at the mouth of the corolla; ovary celled; ovules many; style 12 mm long, stout; stigma fusiform, ribbed.

Enumerates geographic entities where the taxon lives. Comments have to be approved before they are shown here. We present a systematic, updated checklist spiinosa larval host plants of the butterflies of the Western Occurrence Occurrence Occurrence Records. Additions to the known larval host plants sspinosa Indian Lepidoptera Desc: Kerala 18, 33; Sasidh. Analysis of diversity, distribution and endemism of the family Rubiaceae for southern Assam has Powered by the open source Biodiversity Informatics Platform.

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