Archive for Order: Dilleniales

Dillenia reticulata

Dillenia reticulata King

Recent Synonyms: None relevant.

Status: Native; Critically endangered. Cultivated.

Growth Form or Habit: Tree.

Leaves 
Central Catchment Nature Reserve; 2010.

P1020986
Central Catchment Nature Reserve; 2010.

More pictures can be found at

(1) Flora Singapura website

Advertisements

Leave a Comment

Dillenia suffruticosa

Dillenia suffruticosa (Griff. ex Hook. f. & Thomson) Martelli

Recent Synonyms: None relevant.

Status: Native; Common. Cultivated.

Growth Form or Habit: Shrub.

Habit
Tuas; Scrubland; 2010.

Flower
Tuas; Scrubland; 2010.

3621275075_66329b6bbf
Admiralty Park; 2009.

Other Information:

Common Name: Simpoh Air.

More pictures can be found at

(1) The Plant Observatory website

(2) Flora Singapura website

Comments (1)

Dillenia philippinensis

Dillenia philippinensis Rolfe

Recent Synonyms: None relevant.

Status: Exotic; Cultivated only.

Growth Form or Habit: Tree.

Tree
Sengkang; Cultivated; 2009.

Leaves
Sengkang; Cultivated; 2009.

Flower
Sengkang; Cultivated; 2009.

Leave a Comment

Dillenia indica

Dillenia indica L.

Recent Synonyms: None relevant.

Status: Native; Presumed extinct. Cultivated.

Growth Form or Habit: Tree.

Habit
Sengkang Riverside Park; Cultivated; 2010.

Leaves
Sengkang Riverside Park; Cultivated; 2010.

Bark
Sengkang Riverside Park; Cultivated; 2010.

Flower
National University of Singapore; Cultivated; 2010.

P1030165
National University of Singapore; Cultivated; 2010.

Other Information:

Common Name: Elephant Apple.

More pictures can be found at

(1) Urban Forest website

(2) The Plant Observatory website

(3) Flora Singapura website

Leave a Comment

Tetracera indica

Tetracera indica (Christm. & Panz.) Merr.

Recent Synonyms: None relevant.

Status: Native; Common. Cultivated.

Growth Form or Habit: Climber

Habit
Loyang; Secondary forest edge; 2010.

Dover; Secondary forest; 2010.

IMG_0992
Dover; Secondary forest; 2010.


Loyang; Secondary forest edge; 2010.

Fruit with arils
Dover; Secondary forest edge; 2008.

More Information:

Common Name: Sandpaper Vine.

More pictures can be found at

(1) The Plant Observatory website

Comments (1)