Phoenicanthus coriacea

Phoenicanthus coriacea Phoenicanthus coriacea Phoenicanthus coriacea

Phoenicanthus coriacea - A small tree. Leaf blade 5 – 18 cm long, 3 – 7 cm wide, ovate, rarely some elliptical, rounded or truncate, rarely subcordate, not or slightly asymmetrical at base, firmly coriaceous, slightly shining above. Flowers solitary and axillary or several in sessile or shortly peduncled cymes. Fruitlers mostly 1 – 2, 1 – 1.2 cm in diameter, pink-cheeked.

Scientific Name Phoenicanthus coriacea
Family Name ANNONACEAE
English Name
Local Name Keku (කෙකු)
Sanskrit Name
Conservation Status Endangered (NCS) 2012
Status Endemic
Edible Parts None

Phoenicanthus coriacea Phoenicanthus coriacea Phoenicanthus coriacea

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