Duranta species ?- Dharamshala, HP

 
 
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These yellow berries with Hibiscus like leaves is common too. I am not sure what this is. Please help.
Dharamshala, HP
21 December 2014

Should be Duranta sp.


I spoke with a colleague who is a local here and he said people called it Neelkanta in the local dialect. That would probably make it Duranta erecta 'variegata'. Please advise.
local names do not mean that it speaks of a specific species. and that big a duranta?

 
 

 

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