Munronia pinnata

India: W. Bengal, Sikkim, Assam, Nagaland, Tripura, Meghalaya, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu; Bhutan as per BSI flora of India;

Shrubs, younger parts villous. Leaves imparipinnate, 10-14 foliolate; leaflets opposite, 9-13 x 4-5.5 cm, ovate-lanceolate, apex acuminate, base rounded, hispid, below. Cymes short, axillary; flowers few, pedicel to 1 cm long; calyx tubular, lobes 8 x 3 mm, oblanceolate, leafy; petals 5, white, 3 cm long, spathulate, partly cohering below; staminal tube to 2 cm long, 10-toothed; anthers 10, apiculate; ovary 5-celled, cell 2-ovuled, style slender, longer than staminal tube. Capsule to 1.5 cm across, depressed globose, hispid; seeds 5, 7 x 5 mm, oblong, smooth.
Flowering and fruiting: September-May
Evergreen forests

Images by tspkumar

50-TSP-ID-30-APR2016-3: Herbaceous plant at Vanagoor for ID : 10 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (4)
Kindly identify this herbaceous plant. 

Habit: Herb 

Habitat: Wild, Evergreen forest 

Sighting: Vanagoor, Sakaleshpur, Karnataka about 1000 msl 

Date: 28-04-2016 

Could this be Turraea villosa??
Does not match with images at Turraea villosa 
Is this could be Naregamia species ?
Please check Munronia pinnata.
This plant is most probably Munronia pinnata (Wall.) Harms, belonging to the Family Meliaceae.
Munronia wallichii
Requesting ID of this plant : Attachments (1). 4 posts by 2 authors.
Date : 07-05-2011. Habitat : Wild. Location : Thorangtlang, Mizoram
To me it looks like Munronia pinnata (Meliaceae).
Shrub Id from Bangladesh SM018 : 4 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (2).
Habit: Shrub
Habitat: Undergrowth of  mixed evergreen forest
Location: Maulvibazar
Flowering:  March
Picture taken: March,2008 

Munronia pinnata (Wall.) W.Theob. ?
Thanks ...
HAL 35 27/10/2014 : 9 posts by 5 authors. Attachments (1) 
Please ID this small medicinal shrub with white flowers. Photo was taken in Sri Lanka in Dec 2012.
Nice photos.... Meliaceae?....
seed one that's showing and the out of focus flower does remind me of a Turraea??
but which one?
Thanks for the ID, it may be Turraea heterophylla!
This is not Turrea because the leaves are compound and indicates 3-foliate.
It is most probably a species of Jasminum occurring in SriLanka.
The exact species could not be identified. It is probably J. humile or J. flexile, There are only a few species with trifoliate leaves. The identity depends on whether the leaves are opposite or alternate, which is not evident in the photograph. Only a Sri Lankan botanist will be able to help.
Looks like Munrovia pinnata. ..., are you writing a book!!! 
Yes, it is Munronia pinnata (Wall.) Theobald [Syn.: Turraea pinnata Wall.]
This species has highly variable leaves ranging from 3-foliolate to many-foliolate leaves with entire to toothed leaflets.
It is widespread in Asia.

16/06/2013 ASP 58 : Attachments (1). 4 posts by 3 authors.
Can you please ID this medicinal herb with white flowers. Photo was taken in a private property in Dec 2012 in Sri Lanka.
Munrovia pinnata. Rare and endangered in the wild because of over-exploitation for its medicinal value. This is not the wild cultivar.
SL 223 151213 : Attachments (1). 2 posts by 2 authors.
Please ID this ornamental/medicinal herb with white flowers. Photo was taken in Sri Lanka in Sep 2012.

I think it should be Munronia pinnata (Wall.) W. Theob. as per images herein.