Monoon simiarum

Monoon simiarum (Wall. ex Hook. f. & Thomson) B. Xue & R. M. K. Saunders, Taxon 61: 1033. 2012 (syn: Guatteria simiarum Wall. ex Hook. f. & Thomson; Polyalthia simiarum (Wall. ex Hook. f. & Thomson) Hook. f. & Thomson in Hooker, Unona simiarum (Wall. ex Hook. f. & Thomson) Baill. ex Pierre) as per A conspectus of Indo-Burmese Annonaceae by I. M. Turner (2015);

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ID_Tree_81010 : 6 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (5)
I have photographed this tree sp from western Assam. Please help me to identify this
Date/Time- 26/10/2010 – 2:30 PM
Location- Place, Altitude, GPS-  Kokrajhar, Assam, Alt 90m
Habitat- Garden/ Urban/ Wild/ Type- Wild Type
Plant Habit- Tree/ Shrub/ Climber/ Herb- Tall tree
Leaves Type/ Shape/ Size- 12-17x7-9cm
Flowers Size/ Colour/ Calyx/ Bracts- 3-4cm, Greenish Yellow
SL No 261010 ef 002
Pl check for Guatteria sp. (Annonaceae). Have seen this tree at Pakke Tiger Reserves (E. Kameng distt., Arunachal Pradesh). Ripened fruits
are liked by the Hornbills. 
Could be Polyalthia simiarum (=Guatteria simiarum). 
Thank you very much for the ID. Locally it is known as Lapshi. Tender shoots, leaves and seeds are used by the primate species of this area.
Do you know any local name of this in AP. 
Thanks for the information ... In East Kameng area of Arunachal, people call it 'Kaari'



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