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Published In: Journal of the Arnold Arboretum 1: 256. 1920. (J. Arnold Arbor.) Name publication detailView in BotanicusView in Biodiversity Heritage Library
 

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Synonym Text: Parrotia jacquemontiana
Flower/Fruit: Fl. Per. March to May.
General/Distribution: Type locality: Kashmir.
Habitat: A common plant in the hills in Kashmir, Murree, Hazara, Swat and Kurram from 1200 to 2800 m, very often growing gregariously. Leaves sometimes have insect galls on them. The wood is strong and is commonly used for making handles, walking sticks, bedsteads etc. The twigs are used for making baskets. Vern. Paser, Pishor.
Illustration: Parrotiopsis jacquemontiana (Decne.) Rehder (Illustration)
Map Location: B-7 Hazara: Nathia Gali, 8000', R. R. Stewart 28683 (RAW); Shogran, 2000 m, Grohmann 5893 (RAW). Kashmir: Shardi Doarin, Kishan Ganga Vy., Schmid, 18-19 May 1954 (RAW). C-7 Rawalpindi Dist.: Murree, R. R. Stewart & W. A. Saxton 6139 (RAW); Murree Hills, R.R. & I.D. Stewart 1585 (RAW). B-6 Swat: Above Bahrein, Rodin 5590 (RAW) ; Kalam-Utrore,Stewart, Nasir, Siddiqi 134 (RAW); Utrore, 7500', R. R. Stewart & A. Rahman 25124a (RAW); jabba, Sadruddin 3.9.66 (KUH).

 

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Plants up to 5 m tall. Leaves sub orbicular; margins crenate serrate. Inflorescence short pedunculate, many flowered. Calyx persistent, densely pubescent, campanulate, lobed; lobes small. Stamens 15; filaments 3-4 mm long, erect. Ovary densely woolly. Fruits capsular, clustered. Seed ellipsoid, c. 6 mm long, brown, shining.
 
 
 
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