ANOGEISSUS LATIFOLIA PDF

It is a deciduous, small to medium-sized tree up to 20 m tall. The bole is straight and cylindrical or sometimes more poorly shaped, branchless for up to 8 m, up to 80 cm in diameter, occasionally with small buttresses. Wood diffuse porous. Tangential diameter of vessel lumina micras or less very small. Occasionally vessels with colored deposits.

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Habit: Tree. Habitat: Wild, Dry deciduous forest. Sighting: Chikmagalur, Karnataka, about msl. Date: , , and Anogessis latifolia : 1 post by 1 author. Attachments 5. Anogessis latifolia from Courtallum Tamilnadu.

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Posting Guidelines. Role of eFI in Sc. Volunteers required. Anogeissus latifolia Roxb. Guillemin et al. Wallich, Numer. List , no. Images by Anurag N. Khale and tspkumar. A large tree with smooth whitish or greyish-green bark with slate-coloured patches. Young parts rusty-pubescent. Leaves alternate or sub-opposite, ovate or ovate-lanceolate, apex obtuse or emarginate, glabrous when old, base rounded.

Flowers sessile, small, in globose heads. Peduncle slender, yellowish. Calyx-tube compressed, 2-winged, pubescent, teeth acute.

Fruit a dry drupe. Gum used as a NTFP, it is a drought resistant tree, can be used for afforestation programmes. Anogissus latifolia of which are as follows:. Yes, it is Anogeissus latifolia to me too. Yes, it is Anogeissus latifolia , Combretaceae , A dry deciduous forest element. It was a large tree of about 35 mts height with greyish-white bark. I thought fruits must have been der but couldnt locate any, due to tree height. Dhawra tree is a source of edible gum. In these Laddus Diabetes Herbs are added and tree gum is added as binding agent.

The Tree gums play vital role in treatment. Dhawda is one of these gums. It is bit constipating but by adding other ingredients this drawback can be removed. Here in Haryana, this tree is very limited in its distrinbution, only few individuals in and around Morni Hills.

Small tree for id from Maihar Forest Area. Height- about feet, growing wild, leaves simple cm, flowers not seen, fruits about 1. Anogeissus latifolia. Good pics indeed My photographs. Will send photographs of the leaves of Vavla [ Holoptelia integrifolia ] for comparison in a separate mail. The leaves are not subopposite here as in Anogeissus but rather alternate as in Holoptela though I am not sure about that too.

Bark is in favour of the former though. Leaves of Holoptela would be bigger. We do not have size here. According to Dr. I think Anogeissus sp. Family: Combretaceae. Anogeissus leiocarpus Anoegeissus latifolia. Please help identify large shrub at Badlapur near Mumbai. The leaves look like Anogeissus latifolia. Attachments 1. Tree seen in a cultivated garden. Medium height tree , name was given as Dhawda.

Kindly id. Light coloured bark. Typical leaves. Looks like Anogeissus latifolia. Attachments 3. With the advent of digital camera, excellent photos are coming up. We had no such facility 35 years back. Kindly identify this forest tree photographed in the Nallamalla Hills, south of Srisailam, Andhra Pradesh on 2nd Oct Attachments 2. Attachments 4. This large tree was recorded from Morni Hills of Haryana Posted earlier, identified by Thanks for the correction.

Attachments 6. Attachments 7. This tree was spotted near the Kanha National Park in Dec Is this Anogeissus latifolia? Leaves are not clear, but likely to be Anogeissus latifolia Thanks The tree was very tall, I could not get clear photographs of the leaves, the ones lower down were drying and hence no clear pics.

Found in Yelagiri hills of Eastern ghats. Locals told in 'Nama' or 'Namah' tree in Tamil. Could not able to find in net. I agree with you. Namai in Tamil. I missed a vowel while searching. PM1 tree id from Chandigarh : 3 posts by 2 authors.

No, it's not Shorea Anogeissus latifolia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Species Information.

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Anogeissus latifolia is a species of small to medium-sized tree native to the India , Nepal , Myanmar , and Sri Lanka. Its common names are axlewood English , bakli, dhau, dhawa, dhawra , or dhaora Hindi , takhian-nu Thai , and raam Vietnamese. It is one of the most useful trees in India. Its leaves contain large amounts of gallotannins , [1] and are used in India for tanning and firewood.

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Anogeissus latifolia

Habit: Tree. Habitat: Wild, Dry deciduous forest. Sighting: Chikmagalur, Karnataka, about msl. Date: , , and Anogessis latifolia : 1 post by 1 author. Attachments 5. Anogessis latifolia from Courtallum Tamilnadu.

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AXLEWOOD (Anogeissus latifolia)

Anogeissus latifolia is a species of small to medium-sized tree native to the India, Nepal, Myanmar, and Sri Lanka. Its common names are axlewood, bakli, dhau, dhawa, dhawra, or dhaora, takhian-nu, and raam. It is one of the most useful trees in India. Its leaves contain large amounts of gallotannins, and are used in India for tanning. The tree is the source of Indian gum, also known as ghatti gum, which is used for calico printing among other uses. The leaves are also fed on by the Antheraea paphia moth which produces the tassar silk, a form of wild silk of commercial importance.

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Anogeissus latifolia Roxb. The fruit is a 2-winged pseudo-achene, packed into a dense head with a single seed Orwa et al. It provides a gum that is a good substitute for gum arabic. Its leaves give tannins used for tanning and dyeing. A tree of tropical and subtropical climates, it is found in deciduous or semi-evergreen forests.

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