||Vitis latifolia Roxb.
||Jungle Angoor, Golinda, Katti-bel, Pani-bel, Amlavetasah
|English / Trade Name
|Vernacular /Local Name
||Up to 2000 m
||Berries globose, black, succulent, 2-seeded; seeds elliptic, margins rugose.
||Climbers of miscellaneous, climbing on bushes
||Sub Himalayan tracts, Central and South India; Nepal.
||Bark smooth, green-purple, covered with thin glaucous bloom
|Distribution in chandigarh
||Sukhna Wildlife Sanctuary, Patiala-ki-Rao Reserved Forest, Manimajara and Daria
||Alternate (leaves born singly along stem)
|Description of Species
||Large climbers, quite glabrous, except young parts; stem hollow, striate; bark smooth, green-purple, covered with thin glaucous bloom; tendrils forked. Leaves simple, 3-7 angled or lobed, orbicular, cordate, dentate; glabrescent when mature; base 5-7 nerved. Flowers small, reddish-brown, 5-merous, in axillary short peduncled cymes, together with tendrils; pedicel almost equal to flowers. Petals 5, distinct. Style very short or absent. Berries globose, black, succulent, 2-seeded; seeds elliptic, margins rugose.
||Leaves simple, 3-7 angled or lobed, orbicular, cordate, dentate; glabrescent when mature; base 5-7 nerved