CAESALPINIA CRISTA PDF
Caesalpinia crista L. is a scrambling coastal woody climber of the family Caesalpiniaceae. Leaves of C. crista are bipinnate with the rachis. Kuku tupai. Caesalpinia crista. Family Fabacea updated Jan Where seen? This prickly climber is sometimes seen growing wild along the seashore and. A large, prickly, prostrate or climbing, evergreen shrub upto 20 m tall. Branchlets finely grey-downy, armed with hooked and straight hard yellow prickles. Leaves.
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Caesalpinia crista – Useful Tropical Plants
General description of the sites where the species is found ecosystem, forest, environment or microhabitat. Make your own badge here. Last update on The Singapore Red Data Book: The seeds are also used by children as marbles.
Ripening seedpods Photograph by: Human Uses The plant is known for its anthelmintic properties, thus it is used in traditional medicine against parasitic worms. User Group specific search options Title. Young stems are red turning green. cesalpinia
Remember me Forgot password? Black thorns on green stems. Pulau Ubin, Nov The fruits are oblong pods with flat, large, hard seeds within. Journal of Ethnopharmacology1: Search in all groups Search within this group. A large, prickly, prostrate or climbing, evergreen shrub upto 20 m tall. Readable yet also very detailed.
Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve, Mar Thorny stems Photograph by: Kranji Nature Trail, Feb Kranji Nature Trail, Mar Related observations Show all. Seeds orbicular or ovoid to reniform, black, polished, hard.
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The entire compound leaf cm long. Getting entangled in a thicket of this climber can be rather unpleasant and makes you feel ike you’re being attacked by angry little squirrels!
Close-up of the flowers Photograph by: Singapore University Press, Caesalpinka. User specific search options User. Image credit to Australian National Botanic Gardens. The portal will be unavailable all day on Sunday 23rd Dec for maintenance. Species specific search options Taxon Hierarchy.
Renu, Sanjana Julias Thilakar, D. The plant is armed with tiny little thorns which are often black on a long, strong usually green stem.
Leaflets eye-shaped, rather leathery, stiff, smooth and shiny. Flowers yellow, fragrant, borne in axillary and terminal racemes cm long; bracts squarrose, linear, acute, to 1 cm long, fulvous-hairy; calyx mm long, lobes obovate-oblong, obtuse; petals oblanceolate, yellow.
Branchlets finely grey-downy, armed with hooked and straight hard yellow prickles.