|English / Trade Name
||Burn Mouth Vine
|Vernacular /Local Name
||Up to 1000m
||Pods sessile, oblong, slightly bent upwards, sparsely pubescent; seeds 2, strophiolate.
||Dry evergreen to dry deciduous forests, Tropical hardwood hammocks and mixed swamp vegetation in peat soils over limestone
||Throughout India; pantropical. Mexico; West Indies (Cuba, Bahamas, Cayman Islands).
||Smooth and greenish brown in colour
|Distribution in chandigarh
||Sukhna Wildlife Sanctuary
||Alternate (leaves born singly along stem)
|Description of Species
||Tree up to 25 m, bark smooth. Leaves segments inserted on rachis in several ranks at divergent angles, leaf appearing like feather. Inflorescences panicle. Flowers white. Fruits ripening from green through red to purplish black at maturity.
Flowering from winter-- through summer (Jan--Jul). Tropical hardwood hammocks and mixed swamp vegetation in peat soils over limestone
||Leaves alternate, trifoliate, leaf rachis to 2.5 cm long; leaflets rhomboid – ovate, acute, pubescent on both surfaces, orange to black gland dotted beneath; stipules lanceolate. Leaves segments inserted on rachis in several ranks at divergent angles, leaf appearing like feather.