coromandelicum Houtt., Lannea
grandis Engl., Lannea wodier
|English / Trade Name
||Indian Ash Tree, Moya, Wodier
|Vernacular /Local Name
||Fruit a drupe, 12 mm long, ovoid, red; stone hard; seed compressed.
||Deciduous forests, also in the plains
||Indo-Malesia and China
||Bark surface grey to dark brown, rough, exfoliating in small irregular flakes, fibrous; blaze crimson red or deep pink; exudation gummy, red; young parts stellate-rusty tomentose.
|Distribution in chandigarh
||Sukhna Wildlife Sanctuary, Chandigarh Botanical Garden and Nature Park, Sector 1, Sector 6
||Alternate (leaves born singly along stem)
|Description of Species
||Deciduous tree, growing up to 14 m tall. Branchlets minutely covered with starry hairs. Alternately arranged leaves are pinnate, with a single terminal leaflet (pinnae) at the end. The spine carrying the leaflets is up to 7 cm long. Leaflets are usually 5, each laterals opposite, ovate, base rounded, densely velvet-hairy when young. Flowers unisexual, greenish, the male in compound and female in simple racemes. Sepals 4, about 1 mm long, broad ovate. Petals 4, 2 mm long, oblong, green yellow. Fruit is ovoid, compressed, in panicles, at the end of leafless branches
||Alternately arranged leaves are pinnate, with a single terminal leaflet (pinnae) at the end. The spine carrying the leaflets is up to 7 cm long. Leaflets are usually 5, each laterals opposite, ovate, base rounded, densely velvet-hairy when young.