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Published In: Centuria II. Plantarum ... 14. 1756. (Cent. Pl. II) Name publication detailView in BotanicusView in Biodiversity Heritage Library

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Contributor Text: YASIN J. NASIR
Flower/Fruit: Fl. Per.: April-May.
Comment/Acknowledgements: The staghorn or velvet sumac is a native of Eastern N. America. Sparingly cultivated in gardens of the N.W.F.P. and the Punjab.

The dense conical clusters of crimson-hairy fruits are very attractive.

Map Location: C-6 Peshawar Dist.: Cult., Pak. Forest. Institute, S.A. Khan 45 (PPFI-B).


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Dioecious, shrubby. Branches and shoots pubescent-villous. Leaves imparipinnate; leaflets 4-12 pairs, 50-140 x 15-35 mm, sessile, serrate, acuminate. Inflorescence erect, with panicles compact and 7-17 cm long, pubescent-villous. Stamens ± included in the calyx. Drupes bright red, densely villous, 5 mm long, laterally compressed and oblong.
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