Maesa indica ?



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MS March, 2018/17 Maesa sp. for ID
: 7 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (2)
Location : Sairep, Mizoram
Date : 25-01-2017
Habit : Shrub ?
Habitat : Wild

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It is Maesa

Maesa montana ??

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I derived the keys from Flora of China as below (Maesa montana in red and Maesa indica in blue):
1Branchlet apex hirsute, hirtellous, puberulent, pilose, velutinous, or brown scaly. (2)
+Branchlet apex glabrous or glandular granulose, early glabrescent. (16)

2 (1)Branchlets brown scaly. (3)
+Branchlets white pilose-tomentulose or brown velutinous tomentulose, hirsute, or hirtellous and reddish glandular granulose. (4)

4 (2)Branchlets white pilose-tomentulose or brown velutinous-tomentulose. (5)
+Branchlets hirsute or stramineous hirtellous and reddish glandular granulose. (9)
    
5 (4)Branchlets white pilose-tomentulose. (6)
+Branchlets brown velutinous-tomentulose. (7)

6 (5)Leaf blade leathery, secondary veins connected by submarginal vein 3 Maesa cavinervis
+Leaf blade membranous, secondary veins free to margin, without submarginal vein 4 Maesa montana

16 (1)Branchlet apex glabrous. (17)
+Branchlet apex glandular granulose, early glabrescent. (19)
19 (16)Leaf blade margin undulate, subentire, or entire. (20)
+Leaf blade margin serrate or serrate-dentate. (24)
24 (19)Petiole 2-4 cm. (25)
+Petiole 1-1.8 cm. (26)
26 (24)Calyx lobe and bracteoles obtuse to rounded apically; inflorescence rachis and pedicels densely and minutely glandular granulose 26 Maesa indica
+Calyx lobe and bracteoles acute apically; inflorescence rachis and pedicels glabrous. (27)

Pl. check and decide.


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16052018PP1 : 6 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (1) - 6 MB.
Request for ID of this fruiting plant:
Date: 16/03/18
Place: Munnar
Habitat: Near a water stream, close to Eucalyptus plantations (which in turn is adjacent to tea plantations)
Fruits: Green turning black

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Attachments (1)- 5 MB. 

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I actually missed the identification done by .. Yes, this looks like Maesa indica.


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SK1159 31 MAY 2018 : 5 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (8)
Location : Lava, Kalimpong, India
Date : 11 May 2018
Elevation :  6800 ft.
Habit : Wild
Maesa?? ID ??

Maesa montana

Thank you ...! Nepali Name : कृमिघ्न फल Krimighna Phal / थिन्के Thinke 

Pl. check illustrations at
I derived the keys from Flora of China as below (Maesa montana in red and Maesa indica in blue):
1Branchlet apex hirsute, hirtellous, puberulent, pilose, velutinous, or brown scaly. (2)
+Branchlet apex glabrous or glandular granulose, early glabrescent. (16)

2 (1)Branchlets brown scaly. (3)
+Branchlets white pilose-tomentulose or brown velutinous tomentulose, hirsute, or hirtellous and reddish glandular granulose. (4)

4 (2)Branchlets white pilose-tomentulose or brown velutinous-tomentulose. (5)
+Branchlets hirsute or stramineous hirtellous and reddish glandular granulose. (9)
    
5 (4)Branchlets white pilose-tomentulose. (6)
+Branchlets brown velutinous-tomentulose. (7)

6 (5)Leaf blade leathery, secondary veins connected by submarginal vein 3 Maesa cavinervis
+Leaf blade membranous, secondary veins free to margin, without submarginal vein 4 Maesa montana

16 (1)Branchlet apex glabrous. (17)
+Branchlet apex glandular granulose, early glabrescent. (19)
19 (16)Leaf blade margin undulate, subentire, or entire. (20)
+Leaf blade margin serrate or serrate-dentate. (24)
24 (19)Petiole 2-4 cm. (25)
+Petiole 1-1.8 cm. (26)
26 (24)Calyx lobe and bracteoles obtuse to rounded apically; inflorescence rachis and pedicels densely and minutely glandular granulose 26 Maesa indica
+Calyx lobe and bracteoles acute apically; inflorescence rachis and pedicels glabrous. (27)

I am unable to properly decipher the keys.
If somebody can tell distinguishable difference between the two, it will be nice and we can conclude the correct id.




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