Rhus mysorensis G. Don

  • Family (as per The Plant List) : Anacardiaceae
  • Species : Rhus mysorensis
  • Synonym : Rhus sinuata Thunb.
  • Species Name (as per The Plant List) : Unresolved
  • Common name : Indian Sumac
  • Vernacular name : Salabe (Kan.); Sippam, Neyyi kiluvai, Chippaamaram (Tam.)
  • Collection Nos : FAP 39018; HJCB-0169
  • Collector(s) Name : K.R.K.Swamy; K.Sankara Rao, K.R.K.Swamy & Arun Singh R.
  • Collection Date : 12/10/2010; 19/11/2014
  • Collection Locality : Mobbuchintalapalle, Kadapa district, Andhra Pradesh State; Palamner Forest Range, Chittoor district, Andhra Pradesh State
  • Habitat : Open deciduous forest
  • Habit : Tree
  • Flower, Fruit : November-January
  • Native : India
  • Comments : Common in foothills of scrub jungles to 800 m. The branches are used for fencing.
  • Conservation Status : Not Evaluated (NE)
  • Distribution Locality : Bellary district (Karnataka State); Palmner Forest (Chittoor district), Palakonda Hills (Kadapa district), Nallamalai Hills (Kurnool district) (Andhra Pradesh State); Yelagiri Hills (Vellore district, former North Arcot), Melagiri Hills (Dharmapuri district) (Tamil Nadu State)
  • World Distribution : India, Sri Lanka, Pakistan
  • Literature : Pullaiah et al., 2002 - Flora of Eastern Ghats Vol. 1; J.L.Ellis, 1987- Flora of Nallamalais Vol. 1; Matthew, K.M., The Flora of Tamil Nadu Carnatic, Vol.3 (1). Diocesan Press, Madras. 1983.
  • Citation : Sankara Rao, K., Arun Singh R., Deepak Kumar, Raja K Swamy and Navendu Page (2016). Digital Flora of Eastern Ghats. http://easternghats.ces.iisc.ernet.in/plants.php?name=Rhus mysorensis. Downloaded on 10 July 2020.


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