Small sized tree at Shimla

 
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Identification requested: Shimla : 12 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (3)
Kindly help with identification.
Place: Shimla (H.P.)
June 9, 2015

Small sized tree

It was small sized tree.
Is this very difficult to identify. Trying for the last 6 months.
Don't know whether right or not, but can it be Leea sp.
I think, this is not Leea. Kindly see the inflorescence.
Can we think about Bridelia montana. Kindly go through the link:
http://www.nationaalherbarium.nl/Euphorbs/specB/Bridelia.htm
Looks like a Bridelia species to me too.
Does not look like Bridelia montana as per  Euphorbiaceae fortnight :: Phyllanthaceae :: Bridelia montana at CBD Hills :: DV11
Sir is it twinner 
Small sized tree, not twiner






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