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Published In: Prodromus Florae Nepalensis 142. 1825. (Prodr. Fl. Nepal.) Name publication detailView in BotanicusView in Biodiversity Heritage Library
 

Project Name Data (Last Modified On 6/2/2011)
Acceptance : Accepted
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Contributor Text: RUBINA AKHTER
Flower/Fruit: Fl. Per.: July- Septem¬ber.
Type: Type locality: ‘Hab. in Nepalia ad Narainhetty, Buck-Hamilton
Distribution: Distribution: Pakistan Himalaya, eastward to India, Nepal, Sri-lanka, Burma, Thailand, Indo-China, W. China, Malaysia.
Comment/Acknowledgements: Not common in our area. Found in the outer Himalaya from 1000-2500 m from Rawalpindi District eastward.
Illustration: Viburnum cylindricum Buch.-Ham. ex D. Don (Illustration)
Map Location: Kashmir: Chanfar gala, near Kotli, 4-5000', 1936, Sarup Singh s.n. (RAW); C-7 Murree Hills, Ghora Gali, Amiruddin 39 (RAW).

 

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An evergreen large shrub; young branches and inflorescence hairy. Leaves 5-13 x 2.5-6 cm, oblong or elliptic, acute, entire, glabrous or inconspicuously hairy underneath, cariaceous, persistent; main lateral nerves 3-4 pairs, curving and anastomosing before reaching the margin. Flowers in peduncled, 4-umbellate corymbs without bracts. Flowers c. 3 mm, bracteolate; bracteoles tomentose, caducous. Calyx minute, c. 1 mm, lobes obsolete. Corolla tubular, broader at the mouth; lobes short, erect. Anthers oblong. Drupe 4.5-6 mm long, slightly compressed, black, edible. Seed 2-grooved dorsally, 3-grooved ventrally.
 
 
 
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