BOTANIC DESCRIPTION. Anogeissus latifolia is a small to medium-sized tree up to 20() m tall. Bole straight and cylindrical or sometimes more poorly. Common name: Axle Wood Tree • Hindi: Dhau, Dhoy, धौरा Dhaura • Marathi: dhaora, dhamora, dhawda • Tamil: namai, vel-naga-maram. Deciduous trees, to 18 m high, bark mm thick, surface grey or yellowish- grey, smooth, subverrucose, lenticellate; blaze pinkish-brown; branchlets brown to.

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Anogeissus latifolia – Wikipedia

The tree is the source of Indian gum, also known as ghatti gum, which is used for calico printing among other uses. The flowers of Anogeissus latifolia are an important pollen source for bees. The current map showing distribution of species is only indicative. Eriolaena hookeriana is a rare medium-sized deciduous tree species. Dissertation, Saurashtra University, Rajkot, Gujarat. This page was last edited on 24 Septemberat The trees round in Sigur are shorter in size because of the soil condition.

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Indian Endemicity Geographic Entity. It is a deciduous, small to medium-sized tree up to 20 m tall. Interesting Facts Edible gum is medicinal and used to prepare sweets and cool drinks. Dominant in dry deciduous forests, m – m.


Flooring 14 – Handbook of Hardwoods. A piece of bark is chewed to cure high fever.

This paper gives details of the occurrence of Euthalia aconthea from Delhi area situated in the Ind Nutritional evaluation of forest tree leaves as livestock feed in sub mountainous region of India.

The heartwood is usually absent or small in diameter even in large trees, purplish-brown or dark brown, not clearly differentiated from the whitish-gray to greenish-gray laticolia pale yellow to yellowish-gray sapwood.

Anogeissus latifolia – Useful Tropical Plants

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Leaf flushing begins in the dry season, peaking before the onset of rains Orwa et al. Uses and Management Uses and Management Uses. Fruit Packed in dense heads, compressed, 2-winged; seed 1. Fruit almost glabrous, orbicular, 5 excluding the beak x 6 mm, laterally winged, long beaked, beak equal to or longer than the main body of the fruit, yellowish brown, crowded in a globose head.

India, Ceylon and Kashmir. The leaves are also fed on by the Antheraea paphia moth which produces the tassar silk Tussaha form of wild silk of commercial importance. Sterculiaceaea rare tree species Leaves elliptic with a red petiole.

It provides a gum that is a good substitute for gum arabic. The present study was carried anogeissuz to document the diversity of arborescent angiosperm Species specific search latifola Taxon Hierarchy. The wood is used for firewood. Inflorescence dense globose head, mm in diameter, one or more peduncle from the same leaf axil, sometimes branched peduncle equal to pedicel; bracteole very minute, nearly rusty pubescent.


Fibers with simple to minutely bordered pits. Its wood is used for agricultural instruments and in house building. Scientific Name Synonyms Anogeisssus latifolia Roxb. Lalithamba Creative Commons Attribution 2. Datasheet Description Click on the “Nutritional aspects” tab for recommendations for ruminants, pigs, poultry, rabbits, horses, fish and crustaceans. Data on DM degradability of feedstuffs. Tropical Plants Database, Ken Fern. Axial parenchyma confl 4 to 10 rays per mm medium.

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AXLEWOOD (Anogeissus latifolia)

Not for the casual reader. Plant and soil diversities in a sub tropical forest of the Garhwal Himalaya.

Natural Habitat This species is reported in deciduous or semideciduous forests, up to 1, m of altitude. Polyporaceae a new record from India Desc: Send a request for permission.

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