Attachments 4 Photographed on near Lonavala, Maharashtra. No flowers seen. Leaves do not seem matching Looks different. Lagerstroemia microcarpa Wight [Lythraceae].
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Attachments 4 Photographed on near Lonavala, Maharashtra. No flowers seen. Leaves do not seem matching Looks different. Lagerstroemia microcarpa Wight [Lythraceae]. Assuming all the pictures are of the same individual tree. Thank you Yes, all images from the same tree. The fruit was woody. Sending some of my more recent photographs of L. There are some small size fruits on the tree and the bark is flaking.
This is Nana [Lagerstroemia parviflora - according to Dr. I have encl. Its not seeding now but the seeds are dark brown, oval, about the size of a peanut and having 4 compartments.
Someone told me it is Lagerstroemia. Can anyone help me identify it? Terminalia arjuna Roxb. Marathi Name: Arjun From the bark peel and the straight bole of the tree I feel it would be Lagerstroemia lanceolata Yes I think in Lagerstroemia parviflora Roxb.
And in L. But may not peel off.. However, my observation is based on limited specimens from Central Western Ghats. This is Nana [Lagerstroemia parviflora according to Dr.
Please check the archives of this group for my photographs of this. Ofcourse the local name may change as per locality.
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Tozshura To me it look more closer to Lagerstroemia parvifloraeven this plant is also called as Nana in Marathi. Lagerstrooemia could only wonder what this would have been. Although no blue-flowered varieties exist, the flowers trend toward the blue end of the spectrum with no orange or yellow except in stamens and pistils. Lagerstroemia microcarpa Wight, Icon. As per efi thread: Please check the archives of this group for my photographs of this. Flowers not seen Fruits were of 1. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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