Tuesday 29 August 2023

Lumnitzera racemosa Willd.

Lumnitzera racemosa Willd.

lum-NITS-ee-rah -- named in honour of Stephen Lumnitzer, German botanist ... Wikipedia
ray-see-MO-suh -- having racemes (flower cluster) ... Dave's Botanary

commonly known as: black mangrove, white-flowered mangrove • Bengali: কিরপা kirpa • Gujarati: ખારો કાંડેલ kharo kandel • Kannada: ತಂಡಾರ thandaara • Konkani: खारो कांडेल kharo kamdel • Malayalam: കടക്കണ്ടൽ kadakkandal • Marathi: किर्पा kirpa • Odia: ଚୁରାଣ୍ଡ churand, କିରିପା kiripa, ତୁଣ୍ଡା tunda • Tamil: தீப்பரத்தை tipparathai • Telugu: కడివి kadivi, పొదప podapa, తండుగ tanduga


botanical names: Lumnitzera racemosa Willd. ... accepted infraspecifics: Lumnitzera racemosa var. racemosa ... heterotypic synonyms: Bruguiera madagascariensis DC. • Jussiaea racemosa Rottler ex DC. • Petaloma alternifolium Roxb. ... POWO
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~~~~~ ENGLISH ~~~~~
black mangrove, white-flowered mangrove
~~~~~ BENGALI ~~~~~
কিরপা kirpa
~~~~~ GUJARATI ~~~~~
ખારો કાંડેલ kharo kandel
  • Many thanks to Jaydip D Gadhiya for help with the name ... facebook
~~~~~ KANNADA ~~~~~
ತಂಡಾರ thandaara
~~~~~ KONKANI ~~~~~
खारो कांडेल kharo kamdel
~~~~~ MALAYALAM ~~~~~
കടക്കണ്ടൽ kadakkandal
~~~~~ MARATHI ~~~~~
किर्पा kirpa
~~~~~ ODIA ~~~~~
ଚୁରାଣ୍ଡ churand
କିରିପା kiripa
ତୁଣ୍ଡା tunda
~~~~~ TAMIL ~~~~~
தீப்பரத்தை tipparathai
~~~~~ TELUGU ~~~~~
కడివి kadivi, పొదప podapa, తండుగ tanduga
~~~~~ DISTRIBUTION in INDIA ~~~~~
Andaman & Nicobar islands, Andhra Pradesh, Goa, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Kerala, Odisha, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal
~~~~~ x ~~~~~
Combretaceae mangrove evergreen "large shrub" "small tree" "Lumnitzera racemosa" "Bruguiera madagascariensis" "Jussiaea racemosa" "Petaloma alternifolium" "black mangrove" "white-flowered mangrove" "white-flowered black mangrove"

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