Prunus ceylanica

Prunus ceylanica (Wight) Miq., Fl. Ned. Ind. 1(1):366. 1855  ((=) Pygeum acuminatum Colebr.);

Myanmar [Burma] (Bago, Magway, Taninthayi, Yangon), China (Yunnan), Laos, Vietnam, Nepal, Sikkim, Bhutan, India, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Andamans (South Andamans), Bangladesh, Java as per Catalogue of Life (Pygeum ceylanicum Gaertn.);

Evergreen trees, to 25 m high, bark 6-8 mm thick, brownish-black, rough, vertically fissured and shallowly horizontally cracked forming thin tessellate flakes; branchlets prominently lenticellate.
Leaves simple, alternate; stipules small, lateral, cauducous; petiole 10-22 mm, stout, grooved above, glabrous; lamina 10-21 x 4.5-8.5 cm, ovate, ovate-lanceolate, oblong-lanceolate, or elliptic-ovate, base acute, round or oblique, apex acuminate or obtusely acute, margin entire, glabrous, coriaceous; lateral nerves 5-9 pairs, pinnate, prominent, slender, intercostae reticulate, prominent, 2 pitted glands at base on either side of the midrib often present.
Flowers bisexual, 5-6 mm across, white, in axillary racemes; bracts forming a cone in buds, deciduous; calyx tube campanulate; lobes 5-6, ovate, acute or obtuse, densely hairy; petals 5-6, oblong, tomentose without; stamens 20-30; filaments slender, incurved; anthers small; ovary sessile, inferior, 1-celled, glabrous, ovules 2, pendulous; style 1, subulate; stigma capitate. Fruit a drupe 20-25 x 35-37 mm, depressed globose, obscurely 2-lobed, glabrous; seeds 2, globose.     
Flowering and fruiting: September-April
Evergreen, semi-evergreen and moist deciduous forests
Distribution: Indo-Malesia;,%20Dhaka%20leaves.jpg?part=0.3&view=1&vt=ANaJVrFtqCAGLWotluFgltK2I1qtLUqUPrQV7HhnbMNy50MjE9FtBNf8WHQLgeHY9rwnLho5B41O2aHnzz-9siVxo6dWMhnz_H30dh1HuLwleLz4e3rJdkc,%20Dhaka%20sapling%202.jpg?part=0.2&view=1&vt=ANaJVrFYh59RisJZBJ6WQMb5CCOaQFlcvV9qoC_mHfsLMxnnIg_yeXNSvDTioXC3EGuDvuA2z2gdDRs9wOLb_aD-kK2jePgWdFmUz9KkoL0eJ23YdrR-Jtk,%20Dhaka%20sapling%201.jpg?part=0.1&view=1&vt=ANaJVrEKz4v6a0oLSYWsGZSjlunJRGs3fruoQaUWEL4ltJ-Zjqn30mY_P1zryQI8z_SzyhVnq-OkyFzXIak4YWAqi8mw__we-PmI29X3JI0uGH67JypAcUc
tree with green fruits for id mm3 16 03 2013 :  5 images. 6 posts by 3 authors.
another tree with green fruits
these trees were about twenty five to thirty feet tall
locals call it monkey fruits because monkeys love it
would appreciate an id
This is Dhaka [Prunus ceylanica, previously Pygeum gardneri]. Will send my photographs of this later.
Have this on my property at Shahapur. Sending a few photographs to showcase the leaves.
You helped me ID of my tree dpotted in Dec. Will share in a separate thread.
Only 5 species of Rosaceae are native to Maharashtra and this is the only tree from the family which is observed naturally in Maharastra.
Do you have any photographs of the flowers
Would really like to see them
Couldn't find anything on the net
Plant for ID 17/03/2013 SMP2 : Recently I observed one tree from Mahabaleshwar posted by ... and IDed as Prunus ceylanica.
I think I saw similar tree in Mahabaleshwar. Fairly large sized with characteristic fruits. (Sorry for the poor quality of pictures)
Lot many birds were gathered in the thicket of the tree to relish on them. Is this also the same tree?
Naikambakam in Malayalam
Prunus ceylanica I hope
Thanks ...
Thanks for the pictures. Would you be able to tell us what birds were eating the fruit. It would be of great use to us. Interestingly, in the north east, the fruits are dark purple in colour when ripe.

I am not sure which birds were there but I know the location and if I happen to go there again I would definitely check it.
Nilgiris :: Shola tree for identification :: 190114MK001 :  Attachments (5).  5 posts by 4 authors.
Please help me in identifying this medium-sized tree found in dense evergreen forests of Nilgiris.
Height: 10 metre
Fruit: 1-2 cm across
Place: Longwood Shola, Kothagiri, TN
Alt.: 2005 m asl
Date: 07 Jan 2014 
Check for Prunus ceylanica, Rosaceae
The specimen from uploaded from Nilgiri forests is Prunus ceylanica of Rosaceae. The characteristic partial bilobed fruits, entire margin of the leaf are the features for which I suggest that it can be P. ceylanica.
Prunus ceylanica known as Naikambakam in Malayalam
Diospyros ? for Identification SN Aug 53 : 3 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (2).
Please identify this cultivated tree in garden, Bangalore.
This looks like Prunus ceylanica [previously Pygeum gardneri]. Please check this link : Google Groups
Supporting ...
ANNOV36/36 Syzygium sp. for identification : 2 posts by 1 author. Attachments (5)
Family: Myrtaceae
Date: 15th November 2015
Place: Agumbe, Shimoga District, Karnataka
Habit: Tree
Habitat: Semi-evergreen forest

This belongs to Rosaceae and is Prunus ceylanica (Wight) Miq.
Identified by Siddarth Jude Machado.
via Species‎ > ‎P‎ > Prunus ceylanica (Wight) Miq. ... family: Rosaceae
Flowers of India Discussions at efloraofindia more views in flickr more views on Google Earth
PROO-nus -- plum family ... Dave's Botanary
sey-LAN-ee-kuh -- of or from Ceylon (Sri Lanka) ... Dave's Botanary 
commonly known asCeylon cherry • Malayalamഅട്ടനാറിപ്പൊങ്ങ് attanariponguഇരട്ടാനി irattaniമുട്ടക്കൊങ്ങ് muttakkonനെയ്‌ക്കമ്പകം naikambagam,നായ്‌ത്തമ്പകം naithambagamരെട്ടിയാൻ rettiyan • Marathiढाका dhakaकौला kaulaकोगल kogal • Tamilஆட்டன்ரிகோங்கு attanrikonguமுட்டைநாரி கோங்கு muttainari konguபாலன்கச்சி palankacchi 
botanical namesPrunus ceylanica (Wight) Miq. ... synonymsPolydontia ceylanica Wight • Pygeum cochinchinense J.E.Vidal • Pygeum zeylanicum Gaertn. ... and many more at The Plants List (2013). Version 1.1. 
Thanks, ..., for these wonderful compilations.
Small tree from West Bengal for ID : Attachments (3 + 2). 5 posts by 4 authors.
Tree, about 5 tall. Altitude 75m. Locality Buxa Tiger Reserve.
Looks like a wild species of Prunus of Rosaceae family.
Is it something from Anacardiaceae the fruit structure and the long pedicel remnds me of it may be I am totally wrong.
Agree with ... This is a species of Prunus possibly P.ceylanica [Pygeum gardneri] locally called Dhaka. Have grown these saplings from seed.