Clerodendrum quadriloculare

Clerodendrum quadriloculare (Blanco) Merr., Philipp. Gov. Lab. Bur. Bull. 35: 63 1905. (Syn: Clerodendrum blancoanum Fern.-Vill.; Clerodendrum navesianum Vidal; Ligustrum quadriloculare Blanco);

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11022011-PR . For ID help:
This a a tall shrub growing in a private garden in Chennai.
It was full of these large bunches of whitish-pink flowers and dark leaves.
Please help me id it.
... first impression: some species of garden Ixora ... but could be far away from fact.
We may also look for any Clerodendrum sp.
Thanks for the suggestion. I think it is Clerodendrum quadriloculare. The pics match.
What a time I had trying to find out which of the 400 varieties matched my pics!
There must be some method to this madness of searching but I have yet to figure it out.
Luckily I hit on the right one with some help from Google.
Clerodendrum quadriloculare for me too. There are many varieties. Could be 'star burst'. But cannot confirm.

  
 
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