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Sapindus emarginatus Vahl.

1795-1804

Unknown Artist (Company School)

From the collection

Title

Sapindus emarginatus Vahl.

Date

1795-1804

Description

ROX1235.

In his 'Flora Indica', Roxburgh describes this plant as a 'handsome, middling-sized tree, with a short trunk, and very large, dense, spreading head, decorated with beautiful thick, deep green foliage the whole year.' According to Roxburgh, this species flowers in Bengal in October, and ripens the seed in April.

Roxburgh, 'Flora Indica' (1832) v.2, p.279.

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Location

South Asia

Region

Continent

Location Accuracy

Unknown

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Category

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