Corchorus species- Bangalore

 
 
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ANAUG30 Please confirm if Corchorus trilocularis
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Found in Bangalore
July 2014
The shape of the petals and the narrow leaves don't seem to match sir.
According this this- efi thread
Also, the number of stamens exceed 15 (10-15 in C. tridens according to http://efloras.org/florataxon.aspx?flora_id=5&taxon_id=107967). I have attached a cropped close-up of flower.
Please correct me if im wrong sir.
Fruit character is very much essential in Corchorus, if the young fruits seen in the twig is cylindrical then it is C. olitorius


 
 
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