Oct 8, Common name: Elephant Apple, Indian catmon, Hondapara Tree, Ma-tad • Hindi: चलता Chalta, Karambel • Nepali: पांच फल Paanca phal. Dillenia indica is a species of Dillenia native to southeastern Asia, from India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. It is an evergreen large shrub or small to. : Fresh Dillenia Indica – Elephant Apple – Rare Tropical Plant Tree 5 Seeds: Garden & Outdoor.
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Dillenia species flowers are complete, bisexual, i.
User Group specific search options Title. Fruiting carpels, about cm across, with 5 seeded, seeds reniform, compressed, about 6 x 4 mm across, reddish brown to black, echinate and with hairs along the margin.
Please try your search again later. Usually ships within 3 to 4 indiva. In Ayurveda, it is believed to have aphrodisiac properties promoting virility. If you have any useful information about this plant, please leave a comment. Flowers solitary near the shoots dilenia older branches, white or creamish, about 15 x 20 cm across, imdica thick, silky hairy, about cm long, bracts, lanceolate, about 5 mm long, Calyx 5 toothed, sepals ovate, elliptic, apex obtuse or acute, about x mm across, Corolla 5 lobed, petals obovate, yellow, apex obtuse or rounded, about x cm across, Stamens free, numerous, outer stamens inwardly curved, about mm long, inner stamens outwardly curved, about mm long, anthers linear.
Describes methods, circumstances, and timing of dispersal includes both natal dispersal and interbreeding dispersal. Its branches are used to make good infica. Don’t see what you’re looking for? View shipping rates and policies. Best supported on Google Chrome, Firefox 3. Sorry, we’re having trouble showing recommendations right now. Item is in your Cart.
Dillenia indica – Elephant Apple
Seasonal migration and reproduction are usually treated separately. Checklists specific search options Observed during.
Views Read Edit View dilleniq. Tree species diversity in tropical forests of Barak valley in Assam, India Desc: Also prepared with Dal or pulses during hot season.
Comprising its size, shape, texture and orientation. Database on occurrence and distribution of floral species provides useful information for priori Branches generally ascending, often fluted at the base and branchlets marked with v shaped leafscars.
It is an evergreen large shrub or small to medium-sized tree growing up to 15 m tall. Technology Biodiversity in India. Typical low, rounded crown of a tree growing in the open Photograph by: Pages with related products. The tree is well-known and cultivated in many tropical areas for its fruits.
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Energy 59 kcal; Protein 0. Document specific search options Title. Its characteristic round fruits are large, greenish yellow, have many seeds and are edible.
Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. Enumerates geographic entities where the taxon lives. Villenia branches are used to make good firewood. Ripening fruits Photograph by: Or, Login with your user account:. M, Tropicos, botanical information system at the Missouri Botanical Garden – www. Because it is a main source of food for elephants, monkeys and deer, collection of fruit from the core areas of the forest are prohibited.
Also discusses timing, though morphology of each form would be better placed in the field for Morphology. Related observations Show all. Last update on Showing of 1 reviews. The aboveground and soil organic carbon storage were assessed by using non-destructive method in Publisher Kampong Publications, California. Flowers are used as vegetable. Please make sure that you are posting in the form of a question.
Bark reddish brown, smooth, when peeled off into thin hard scales or fragile flakes reddish brown inside with fine deep red lines, branches appressed, silky and hairy. Good descriptions of the plants with terse notes on their uses. Structural and compositional variations in undisturbed and disturbed tropical forests of Bhuban hills Close-up of the flower Photograph by: If you would like to support this site, please consider Donating.