Forest Emission Factor Database

Species List

Click on a family in the list below for more information on the species that family.

Family: 109 Genus: 450 Species: 1512

Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) 2
Wood Density (WD) 2
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Acanthaceae
Genus:
Avicennia
Species:
Avicennia alba
Author Name:
Blume
synonyms:
Avicennia officinalis var. alba Blume
Local Name:
Sada Baen
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
April-September.
Habitat:
Along the coasts and mangrove forests.
Distribution:
Sundarbans
Uses:
Wood is used as firewood, for interior work of hou
Description:

A large shrub or tree, 6-25 m tall with broad crown, bole 3-4 m high, girth c 1 m, bark 1-5 mm thick, outer bark greenish-black to brownish-black, often grey, warty or smooth, longitudinally exfoliating in short and thin flakes, undersurface creamy with green reticulation, blaze spongy and creamy. Stem blackish-green when dry, obsoletely lanticellate. Leaf blade 6.0-15.0 × 2.0-4.2 cm, elliptic-lanceolate or lanceolate-oblong, rarely ovate-elliptic, gradually narrowed into a 0.8-1.5 cm long petiole, spathulate and amplicated at the base, acuminate, slightly revolute along the margin, glossy green above, silvery-white, pulverulent or greyish-tomentellous beneath, reginous-punctate on drying. Inflorescence a generally trichotomous, pedunculate, panicled spike, sometimes axillary from upper leaf axils, primary peduncles 1-4 cm long, glabrous or pubescent, solitary or 1-3 together, central peduncle stout, always longer than the laterals, bearing short spiciform, 1.5-3.0 cm long cymes covered with dense brown tomentum, sulcate on drying. Flowers 6-10 per spike, opposite and distichously arranged, lowest pair a little distant from others, each flower 5-6 mm long and 4-5 mm across, yellow, sweet smelling, bract and prophylla concave, ovate, acute with prominent midrib, glabrous within and rufous tomentellous without. Calyx 3-4 × 2-3 mm, slightly united at the base to form a cupuliform calyx, lobes 2.0-4.0 × 1.5-2.0 mm, ovate, rounded or oblong, obtuse, finely ciliate, densely greyish-white tomentellous at the base. Corolla 4.5-6.0 × 4.0-5.0 mm, tube 0.8-1.5 mm long, lobes 4, 2.0-2.5 × 1.5-2.0 mm, ovate to ovate-oblong, obtuse, very densely whitish and glistening pubescent outside except the margin. Filaments 0.7-0.8 mm long, adnate, anthers 0.7-10.0 mm wide, subrotund, yellow, later deep purple or black. Ovary glabrous at the base, densely greyish-tomentose above, imperfectly bilocular, dissepiment not reaching the apex, longitudinally winged at the middle, ovule solitary. Fruits 2.5-5.0 × 0.8-1.5 cm, obliquely conic or falcate, narrowly oblong, laterally compressed, with a short mucronate tip, greenish-yellow, exocarp greyish-tomentose, cotyledons 2.5-3.5 × 1.2-2.0 cm, cordate at the base, hypocotyle with glossy brown, hooked and jointed hairs at the base.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
exfoliating
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
opposite
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
raceme
floral symmetry:
zygomorphic
floral type:
pentamerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
drupe
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) 2
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Acanthaceae
Genus:
Avicennia
Species:
Avicennia marina
Author Name:
No Data
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
No Data
Habitat:
No Data
Distribution:
No Data
Uses:
No Data
Description:

No Data

Key character:No Data

Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) 14
Emission Factors (EF) 20
Wood Density (WD) 1
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Acanthaceae
Genus:
Avicennia
Species:
Avicennia officinalis
Author Name:
L.
synonyms:
Avicennia tomentosa Willd.
Local Name:
Baen
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
April-November
Habitat:
Salt marshes, tidal forests at river mouths and se
Distribution:
Throughout the coastal and mangrove forests of the
Uses:
Bark is astringent, and is used as tannin material
Description:

A shrub or low tree, 4-13 m tall, sometimes up to 25 m tall, with shaggy crown, bole 3-7 m tall, bark brownish-grey or yellowish-green, turning later to blackish-grey, rough, with thick exudation, inner bark white with green irregular lines, Young shoots and inflorescence densely adpressed tomentellous, glabrescent with age, stem sparsely lenticellate and resinous-punctate. Leaves 5.0-11.0 × 3.7-8.2 cm, obovate or ovate-rounded, oblong or broadly oblong, rounded at the apex, dark green, shiny and glabrous above, minute glandulose and yellowish-green or bluish-green or brownish-yellow beneath due to thick felt of puberulous tomentum, secondary veins 5-7 on either side of midrib, midrib bifurcate at the tip, leaf base round or acute, gradually narrowed into petioles, petioles stout, 1.5-3.0 cm long, spathulate at the base. Inflorescence generally terminal (axillary in the uppermost leaves), bracteate, trichotomously panicled and pedunculate subcapitate cymes of 7-18 cm long and 7-15 cm wide, primary peduncles 2.3-7.0 cm long, 3-5 together, central peduncle always longer than the laterals, supported by a pair of bracts at the base, secondary peduncles 1.5-3.0 cm long, obsoletely tetragonal, densely furfuraceous-tomentellous, often lenticellate, cymes c 0.8-2.0 × 1.0-1.7 cm, subcapitate, consisting of 2-12 decussate flowers. Flowers 7-9 × 6-10 mm, an expanded flower often reaching 15 mm across, lobes 4 or 5, rather unequal, 5-6 × 2.5 mm, rounded, ovate or oblong-obtuse, concave, margin ciliated with whitish hairs. Corolla 6-8 mm across, fully expanding up to 13 mm across, united below to form a tube c 3 mm long, lobes 4 or 5, 3-6 × 2-4 mm, obovate-orbicular or oblong, obtuse, posterior lobe prominently larger than the others, glabrous at the base. Filaments 2-3 mm long, anthers 1.0-1.2 mm long, fulvous, bilobed, adnate, soon becoming pitch black. Ovary conic-oblong, completely covered by upward directly glossy, brown tomentum, styles distinct, elongate and unequally bifid into 2 stigmatic lobes. Fruits 2.5-3.0 × 1.5-2.0 cm, broadly ovate, acuminate, rounded or subcordate at the base, laterally compressed, greenish-yellow, densely ferulaceous-tomentose and often with verrucose glands, cotyledons large and thick, very densely long setose at the base, rootlets and plumules conspicuous even in the attached fruits.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
exfoliating
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
opposite
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
raceme
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
tetramerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
drupe
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) 2
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Acanthaceae
Genus:
Avicennia
Species:
Avicennia sp
Author Name:
No Data
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
No Data
Habitat:
No Data
Distribution:
No Data
Uses:
No Data
Description:

No Data

Key character:No Data

Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) 1
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Achariaceae
Genus:
Hydnocarpus
Species:
Hydnocarpus kurzii
Author Name:
(King) Warb.
synonyms:
Hydnocarpus heterophyllus Kurz, Taraktogenos kurzi
Local Name:
Bolgach
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
July-February
Habitat:
Evergreen hill forests
Distribution:
Sylhet, Chittagong, Cox's Bazar and the Chittagong
Uses:
The seeds are the source of commercial chaulmugra
Description:

An evergreen, dioecious tree (a few hermaphrodite flowers are sometimes found on male trees), up to 15 m tall with narrow crown and hanging branches, bark pale grey, brown or almost black outside, often with white patches, yellow or yellowish brown inside. Shoots, young leaves and inflorescence tawny pubescent. Leaves simple, 9-25 (-30) × 3-7 (-10) cm, variable, membranous, lanceolate, oblong-lanceolate or elliptic-oblong, subcoriaceous, entire, obtusely short or abruptly long acuminate, secondary veins prominent on under surface, tertiary veins transverse and parallel, numerous, petioles swollen and slightly geniculate at upper end, 1-3 cm long. Male flowers 8-12 mm across, pale yellow, 3-5 each in two compact fascicles atop a common peduncle, 7-15 mm long, peduncles 2-3 mm long, pedicels 7-10 mm long, all strigosely fulvous tomentose. Sepals c 5 × 4 mm, ovate-orbicular, fulvous tomentose. Petals c 4 mm long, broadly ovate to ovate orbicular, in two rows, ciliate, each with a fleshy pubescent gland at the base, densely white pilose at the apex. Stamens 17-24, c 4 mm long, free, filaments pilose, staminodes 5-9. Female flowers in a compact fascicle atop a c 5 mm long peduncle, rarely solitary by abortion, pedicels c 12 mm long, strigosely fulvous tomentose. Ovary ovoid, obscurely 6-7 ribbed, densely fulvous tomentose, stigmas 4. Fruit a berry, globose, somewhat protruded at the apex, up to 5 cm across on a thick pedicel up to 1.5 cm across, rind glandular, tawny-velvety, pericarp reddish-brown. Seeds 12-18, c 2.5 cm long, irregularly oval, embedded in pulp, tightly packed in fruit.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
fissured
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
present
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
cymose
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
pentamerous
floral attachment:
polypetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
berry
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Achariaceae
Genus:
Hydnocarpus
Species:
Hydnocarpus laurifolius
Author Name:
(Dennst.) Sleum.
synonyms:
Hydnocarpus inebrians Wall., Hydnocarpus wightiana
Local Name:
Hiddigach
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
July-February
Habitat:
Evergreen and semi-evergreen forests.
Distribution:
Cox's Bazar
Uses:
The fruit is said to be a fish-poison. Seeds yield
Description:

A medium-sized to tall evergreen tree, branchlets slightly pubescent, bark pale brown with white marks, smooth, thin. Leaves alternate, elliptic or oblong-lanceolate, 10-20 × 4-10 cm, acuminate, membranous or coriaceous, entire or sometimes deeply obtusely serrate or toothed, base acute or subcordate, secondary veins prominent and arching, petioles up to 1.5 cm long. Flowers in raceme, c 2.5 cm in diameter. Sepals green, pubescent, in 2 rows, inner 3 larger. Petals ciliate twice as long as the ovate fimbriate scales. Stamens villous at the base, equalling the petals. Female flowers with imperfect stamens (staminodes), staminodia pentamerous. Ovary densely pubescent, unilocular with parietal placentas, styles very short, stigmas peltate. Fruit a berry, 5-10 cm in diameter, tomentose. Seeds obtusely angular, embryo central, cotyledons thin, albumen copious.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
fissured
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
present
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
raceme
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
pentamerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
berry
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Achariaceae
Genus:
Hydnocarpus
Species:
Hydnocarpus sp
Author Name:
No Data
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
No Data
Habitat:
No Data
Distribution:
No Data
Uses:
No Data
Description:

No Data

Key character:No Data

Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Actinidiaceae
Genus:
Saurauia
Species:
Saurauia roxburghii
Author Name:
Wall.
synonyms:
Saurauia thorelii auct. non Fin. & Gagnep., Saurau
Local Name:
Dalup
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
March-October
Habitat:
Evergreen forests, often along streams.
Distribution:
Bandarban, Rangamati, Khagrachari, Sylhet, Moulvib
Uses:
Leaves are used as fodder and the wood for house
Description:

A large shrub or small tree, up to 10 m tall, young stem and branches covered with ferruginous-tomentose hairs, mixed with minute acute scales. Leaves simple, alternate, 10-15 × 2-9 cm, elliptic, elliptic-oblong, oblanceolate, base acute or cuneate, acute or shortly acuminate at the apex, margin obtusely or finely serrulate, glabrous above, tomentose beneath. Flowers in axillary cymes, thinly tomentose. Sepals 5, free, ovate to ovate-rounded, glabrous. Petals 5, white or pink, ovate, connate at the base, rounded at the apex, glabrous. Stamens numerous. Ovary ovoid, glabrous, styles 5, rarely 6, 1-2 mm long, connate below. Fruit a berry, sub-globose, fleshy, whitish. Seeds numerous, minute, brown.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
smooth
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
corymb
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
pentamerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
berry
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Actinidiaceae
Genus:
Saurauia
Species:
Saurauia sp
Author Name:
No Data
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
No Data
Habitat:
No Data
Distribution:
No Data
Uses:
No Data
Description:

No Data

Key character:No Data

Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Agavaceae
Genus:
Dracaena
Species:
Dracaena angustifolia
Author Name:
Roxb.
synonyms:
Pleomele angustifolia (Roxburgh) N. E. Brown.
Local Name:
Darkan
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
March-August
Habitat:
Forests and thickets.
Distribution:
Sylhet
Uses:
No Data
Description:

Plants shrubby, rhizomatous, 1--3 m tall. Stems simple or few branched; internodes often longer than wide; bark grayish, smooth. Leaves spaced along distal part of stems, subsessile or indistinctly petiolate; petiole to 1 cm, base not completely covering internode; leaf blade nearly sword-shaped to linear-oblanceolate, 20--45 × 1.5--5.5 cm. Inflorescence terminal, branched, 30--50 cm; rachis glabrous. Flowers in clusters of 2 or 3; pedicel 7--8 mm, articulate distally or near apex. Perianth greenish white, 1.9--2.3 cm; tube 7--8 mm; lobes 1.1--1.6 cm. Filaments filiform; anthers 2--3 mm. Style 5--8 × as long as ovary. Berry orange, globose, 0.8--1.2 cm in diam., 1- or 2-seeded.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
exfoliating
bole:
unbranched
thorn:
absent
petiole:
sessile
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
whorl
leaf venation:
parallel
inflorescence:
panicle
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
trimerous
floral attachment:
polypetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
berry
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Agavaceae
Genus:
Dracaena
Species:
Dracaena sp
Author Name:
No Data
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
No Data
Habitat:
No Data
Distribution:
No Data
Uses:
No Data
Description:

No Data

Key character:No Data

Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Alangiaceae
Genus:
Alangium
Species:
Alangium barbatum
Author Name:
(R. Br.) Baillon
synonyms:
Marlea barbata R. Br.
Local Name:
Aimabatam
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
June-February
Habitat:
Deciduous forests
Distribution:
Chittagong Hill Tracts
Uses:
No Data
Description:

A shrub or small tree, 3-6 m tall, branchlets with soft spreading hairs. Leaves simple, alternate, petiolate, elliptic or ovate-oblong, lobed or toothed. Inflorescence a many-flowered cyme, with spreading golden hairs. Flowers epigynous. Calyx tube shaggy, teeth lanceolate. Petals 5-6, hairy on the outer surface. Stamens with short filaments, filaments hairy. Carpels 1-3, united into an inferior ovary, style long, stigma subclavate, ovule 1 per locule. Fruit a berry, deeply grooved, 1-seeded, bluish when ripe.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
smooth
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
cymose
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
tetramerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
valvate
fruit:
berry
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Alangiaceae
Genus:
Alangium
Species:
Alangium chinense
Author Name:
(Lour.) Harms
synonyms:
Stylidium chinense Lour., Marlea begonifolia Roxb.
Local Name:
Marlia
English Name:
Marlia
Fruits & Flowering Period:
April-October
Habitat:
Plain lands and hill forests
Distribution:
Chittagong and Gazipur
Uses:
Foliage used as fodder, timber is also sometimes u
Description:

A small-sized deciduous tree with grey bark. Leaves simple, alternate, petiolate, ovate to ovate-cordate, pubescent on both surfaces. Inflorescence of axillary cymes. Flowers white, epigynous. Sepals 7-8, free or somewhat connate at the base. Petals 7-8, linear, free or connate at the base, narrow, valvate. Stamens 7-8, slightly adnate at the base of the petals, anthers linear. Carpels 1-3, united into a 1-3 loculed ovary, ovule one in each locule, style long, stigma slightly lobed. Fruit a 1-2 seeded berry. Seeds oblong, compressed.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
smooth
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
leaf persistence:
deciduous
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
cymose
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
tetramerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
valvate
fruit:
berry
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Alangiaceae
Genus:
Alangium
Species:
Alangium salviifolium
Author Name:
(L. f.) Wangerin
synonyms:
Grewia salvifolia L. f., Alangium decapetalum Lamk
Local Name:
Ankora
English Name:
Sage-leaved Alangium
Fruits & Flowering Period:
February-May
Habitat:
Plains and deciduous forests
Distribution:
Dhaka and the adjoining areas and also in Chittago
Uses:
The root is acrid, bitter, anthelmintic, alterativ
Description:

A small to medium-sized tree, branchlets adpressed-tomentose, sometimes spine-tipped. Leaves simple, 14.0 × 2.5 cm, short petioled, oblong-lanceolate, sub-coriaceous, 3-5 nerved from the base. Inflorescence in axillary cymose clusters. Flowers c 1.5 cm wide, pedicellate, bisexual, epigynous, white, sweet-scented. Calyx of 5-10 sepals, connate at the base, forming a cupular tube, adnate to the ovary, tomentose, triangular-ovate. Corolla of 5-10 petals, petals 2.5 × 0.2 cm, linear-oblong, reflexed after anthesis, disk prominent. Stamens usually twice as many as the petals or more, filaments 1 cm long, base villous, connate, anthers 1 cm long, opening by longitudinal slits. Ovary inferior, unilocular, ovule 1, pendulous, style long, stigma capitate. Fruit a 1-seeded berry, globose, red or black when ripe. Seed ovoid.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
plated
bole:
branched
thorn:
present
leaf persistence:
deciduous
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
cymose
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
tetramerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
valvate
fruit:
berry
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) 2
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Alangiaceae
Genus:
Alangium
Species:
Alangium sp
Author Name:
No Data
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
No Data
Habitat:
No Data
Distribution:
No Data
Uses:
No Data
Description:

No Data

Key character:No Data

Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Anacardiaceae
Genus:
Anacardium
Species:
Anacardium occidentale
Author Name:
L.
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
Kaju
English Name:
Cashew Nut
Fruits & Flowering Period:
February-June
Habitat:
Forests and hilly regions.
Distribution:
Cultivated throughout the country
Uses:
The roasted kernel is edible. Beverage can be prod
Description:

A small to medium-sized, glabrous, evergreen tree, with much spreading branches which form a large crown. Bark thick grey, rough and cracked. Leaves ovate, 12-18 cm long, glabrous, very thickly coriaceous, base round or blunt, obovate, margin entire, secondary veins 8-12 pairs, arching and very conspicuous on both the surfaces, petioles broad and thick, 0.5-1.5 mm long. Inflorescence terminal or axillary, panicles 7-20 cm long. Flowers polygamous, 1.5 mm across, pedicellate, fragrant. Sepals ovate, 4 × 1 mm. Petals linear-lanceolate, 13 × 2 mm. Stamens 7-10, 10 mm long, fertile, smaller ones 1 mm long. Carpels solitary, ovary 1-celled, ovule 1, style eccentric, stigma simple. Fruit a nut, kidney-shaped, about 2.5 cm long, seated on fleshy thick hypocarp, shell of the nut hard, ash-coloured, greenish or shining brown, fleshy hypocarp becomes yellow or pinkish-green when ripe.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
fissured
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
panicle
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
pentamerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
drupe
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) 2
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Anacardiaceae
Genus:
Anacardium
Species:
Anacardium sp
Author Name:
No Data
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
No Data
Habitat:
No Data
Distribution:
No Data
Uses:
No Data
Description:

No Data

Key character:No Data

Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Anacardiaceae
Genus:
Bouea
Species:
Bouea oppositifolia
Author Name:
(Roxb.) Meissner
synonyms:
Mangifera oppositifolia Roxb., Bouea burmanica Gri
Local Name:
Miriam
English Name:
Burmese Plum, Marian Plum
Fruits & Flowering Period:
December-April.
Habitat:
Evergreen rain forests
Distribution:
Chittagong and Cox's Bazar districts, and the Chit
Uses:
Fruits are eaten both fresh and in curry, taste st
Description:

An evergreen tree, up to 30 m tall, young shoots minutely hairy. Leaves 6-20 × 2-6 cm, stipulate, lanceolate or elliptic-lanceolate, entire, apex acuminate, base cuneate, coriaceous, glabrous, lateral veins distinct on both surfaces, petioles 1.0-2.5 cm long. Inflorescence 4-10 cm long, puberulous. Flowers bisexual, 0.3 cm across, pedicellate, pale yellow. Sepals 4-lobed, lobes ovate-oblong, 0.7 × 0.5 mm. Petals 4, oblong, 2.0 × 0.6 mm, keeled on ventral surface. Stamens 4, 0.8 mm long, filaments short, anthers sagittate, mucronate at the apex. Disc 4-lobed, 1 mm in diameter. Carpel 1 mm long, ovary conical, style short, indistinguishable, stigma obscurely and unequally 3-lobed. Fruit a drupe, ovoid, 2-3 × 1.5-2.0 cm, obliquely compressed, glabrous.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
fissured
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
panicle
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
pentamerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
drupe
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Anacardiaceae
Genus:
Bouea
Species:
Bouea sp
Author Name:
No Data
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
No Data
Habitat:
No Data
Distribution:
No Data
Uses:
No Data
Description:

No Data

Key character:No Data

Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Anacardiaceae
Genus:
Buchanania
Species:
Buchanania lancifolia
Author Name:
Roxb.
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
Chikki
English Name:
Cheerojee-oil Plant
Fruits & Flowering Period:
December-June
Habitat:
Evergreen forest areas
Distribution:
Chittagong
Uses:
he tender fruits are eaten locally in curries.
Description:

A small to moderate-sized tree. Leaves 16-20 cm long, elliptic-oblong, lanceolate, entire, thinly coriaceous, narrow, glabrous, apex shortly acuminate, petioles 2.2-3.7 cm long. Inflorescence terminal, puberulous. Flowers 1 mm across, pedicels 1 mm long, pubescent. Calyx lobes ovate. Petals 1 × 1 mm, oblong, reflexed. Stamens 8, 1 mm long, filaments subulate, anthers sagittate. Disc 1 mm in diameter, 8-crenated. Ovary 1 mm long, hairy at the base. Fruit a drupe, obliquely oblong, compressed.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
fissured
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
panicle
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
pentamerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
drupe
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Anacardiaceae
Genus:
Buchanania
Species:
Buchanania lanzan
Author Name:
Spreng.
synonyms:
Buchanania latifolia Roxb.
Local Name:
Pial
English Name:
Cuddapah-almond
Fruits & Flowering Period:
January-May.
Habitat:
Dry forest areas.
Distribution:
Cox's Bazar district, and the Chittagong Hill Trac
Uses:
The pulp of the fruit is edible, the kernel of see
Description:

A medium-sized to large evergreen tree, nearly leafless for a short period during winter, young parts pubescent. Bark dark grey to blackish, blaze reddish. Leaves simple, oblong or elliptic-oblong, 4-19 × 2-10 cm, obtuse, entire, leathery, softly pubescent beneath when young, secondary veins 15-20 pairs, prominent, petioles 1.5-2.0 cm long. Inflorescence terminal, 6-20 cm long, tomentose. Flowers small, greenish-white, sessile or on short, thick, pubescent pedicels, clustered in several branched tomentose panicles at the end of branchlets. Calyx lobes ovate, pubescent. Petals 3 × 2 mm, elliptic, pubescent. Stamens 10, c 1 mm long. Disc 1 mm in diameter, deeply 10-crenated. Ovary conical, 1 mm long, style subulate, stigma simple. Fruit a drupe, seated on a persistent enlarged calyx, smooth, purplish-black when ripe, about 1.2 cm in diameter, ovoid-reniform, slightly compressed, 1-seeded, endocarp hard, bony.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
fissured
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
panicle
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
pentamerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
drupe
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Anacardiaceae
Genus:
Buchanania
Species:
Buchanania sp
Author Name:
No Data
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
No Data
Habitat:
No Data
Distribution:
No Data
Uses:
No Data
Description:

No Data

Key character:No Data

Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Anacardiaceae
Genus:
Drimycarpus
Species:
Drimycarpus racemosus
Author Name:
Hook.f.
synonyms:
Holigarna racemosa Roxb.
Local Name:
Kodi-barela
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
September-April
Habitat:
Evergreen hill forests
Distribution:
Cox's Bazar, Chittagong, Sylhet districts, and the
Uses:
The wood takes good polish. It is used for making
Description:

A tree, up to 24 m tall, branchlets glabrous. Leaves petiolate, petioles 1.2-1.7 cm long, lamina 12-27 × 3-7 cm, lanceolate or oblanceolate, abruptly acuminate, base cuneate, margin entire, coriaceous, puberulous beneath, nerves 20-30 pairs, strongly arched, midrib above rather broad. Inflorescence 4-19 cm long, racemes branched in axillary fascicles, shorter than the leaves, pubescent or glabrate. Flowers unisexual. Male flowers 1 mm across, calyx lobes ovate, puberulous, petals over 1 × 1 mm, oblong, glabrous, stamens 1 mm long, disc 1 mm in diameter. Female flowers 3 mm in diameter, sepals and petals as in male flowers, ovary 1.5 mm in diameter, ovoid, style terminal, short, stigma obscurely 3-lobed. Fruit a drupe, transversely oblong or ovoid, 1.5-2.0 × 2.5 cm, yellowish-red, epicarp puberulous.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
fissured
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
panicle
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
pentamerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
drupe
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Anacardiaceae
Genus:
Drimycarpus
Species:
Drimycarpus sp
Author Name:
No Data
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
No Data
Habitat:
No Data
Distribution:
No Data
Uses:
No Data
Description:

No Data

Key character:No Data

Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Anacardiaceae
Genus:
Gluta
Species:
Gluta elegans
Author Name:
(Wall.) Hook.f.
synonyms:
Syndesmis elegans Wall.
Local Name:
Kabita
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
Throughout the year
Habitat:
Lowland forests.
Distribution:
Chittagong, Cox's Bazar districts, and the Chittag
Uses:
Wood is good for furniture and when steeped in fer
Description:

A tall, glabrous, evergreen tree. Leaves simple, alternate, usually crowded at the end of the branchlets, oblong-lanceolate, 7-15 cm long, tapering in both ends, bluntly acuminate, thinly coriaceous, lateral veins 8-12 pairs, arched, venation prominent on the lower surface, petioles slender, usually 1.5-4.0 cm long. Flowers small, slender, glabrous, arranged in corymbs at the ends of branchlets or in the axil of upper leaves. Calyx tubular, membranous, scarlet, split, 2-toothed. Petals linear-lanceolate, disk elongate. Stamens 4-5, as long as the petals. Fruit a drupe, c 1.8 cm long, oval or rounded, surrounding at the base by leathery round enlarged calyx, smooth, shiny, green with white dots, testa connate with the endocarp and with black resinous juice.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
smooth
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
panicle
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
pentamerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
drupe
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Anacardiaceae
Genus:
Gluta
Species:
Gluta sp
Author Name:
No Data
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
No Data
Habitat:
No Data
Distribution:
No Data
Uses:
No Data
Description:

No Data

Key character:No Data

Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) 1
Wood Density (WD) 2
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Anacardiaceae
Genus:
Holigarna
Species:
Holigarna caustica
Author Name:
(Dennst.) Oken.
synonyms:
Holigarna longifolia Roxb.
Local Name:
Barola
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
March-July
Habitat:
Rain forests, often near streams.
Distribution:
Sylhet, Chittagong, and Rangamati districts
Uses:
The resinous, acrid and poisonous juice of the pla
Description:

A tall tree with smooth ash-coloured bark, and acrid resin oozing out when wounded. Leaves 28-45 × 6.5-8.0 cm, narrowly oblanceolate, acuminate, gradually narrowed from above the middle to the cuneate base, glabrous, glaucous on the under surface, veins 20-25 pairs, reticulations of veins large, petioles up to 2.5 cm long. Panicles large and spreading, 16-30 cm long, rusty tomentose. Flowers unisexual, sessile, bracteate. Male flowers 1.5 mm in diameter, calyx cupular, densely tomentose, petals oblong, base truncate, tomentose, stamens 5, 1 mm long, disc 5-lobed. Female flowers with hairy ovary, styles 3, recurved. Fruiting panicle up to 45 cm long, with decurved branches. Fruit a drupe on elongated stalk, enclosed wholly in the calyx tube, oblong or ovoid, resinous, acrid, endocarp coriaceous.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
fissured
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
panicle
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
pentamerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
drupe
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Anacardiaceae
Genus:
Holigarna
Species:
Holigarna sp
Author Name:
No Data
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
No Data
Habitat:
No Data
Distribution:
No Data
Uses:
No Data
Description:

No Data

Key character:No Data

Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) 6
Emission Factors (EF) 7
Wood Density (WD) 2
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Anacardiaceae
Genus:
Lannea
Species:
Lannea coromandelica
Author Name:
(Houtt.) Merr.
synonyms:
Dialium coromandelicum Houtt., Odina wodier Roxb.
Local Name:
Jiga
English Name:
Wodier
Fruits & Flowering Period:
February-June
Habitat:
Hill forests and Sal forests including wet soils a
Distribution:
Throughout the country.
Uses:
A gum exuded from the bark can be used in calico p
Description:

A small to medium-sized deciduous tree with thick branchlets. Leaves imparipinnate, crowded at the ends of branchlets, leaflets 5-11, opposite, shortly petiolate or nearly sessile, 7.5-15.0 × 5-8 cm, ovate, elliptic or lanceolate. Inflorescence of 15-27 cm long panicles, terminal or axillary. Flowers unisexual, yellowish-green on the branches of slender racemes, subsessile. Male flowers 3 mm across, calyx lobes ovate, ciliate, 1 mm long, petals oblong, 2 × 1 mm, disc 1.5 mm in diameter, 8-notched, stamens 8, 2 mm long. Female flowers with 2.0-2.5 mm long carpels, ovary superior, oblong, 1-celled, ovule 1, styles 4, stigma papillose. Fruit a drupe, up to 1.6 cm long, usually red when ripe, seated on a somewhat enlarged calyx. The leaves fall during the cold weather and the tree remains leafless until March and April.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
fissured
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
leaf persistence:
deciduous
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
compound
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
panicle
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
pentamerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
drupe
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Anacardiaceae
Genus:
Lannea
Species:
Lannea sp
Author Name:
No Data
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
No Data
Habitat:
No Data
Distribution:
No Data
Uses:
No Data
Description:

No Data

Key character:No Data

Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) 7
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) 2
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Anacardiaceae
Genus:
Mangifera
Species:
Mangifera indica
Author Name:
L.
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
Aam
English Name:
Mango
Fruits & Flowering Period:
January-June
Habitat:
Homesteads, roadsides, plain lands and agricultura
Distribution:
Throughout the country.
Uses:
Mango is cultivated for its edible fruits which ca
Description:

A medium to large-sized tree, with bole up to 45 m tall and 1 m in diameter, crown dark green, dense and bushy, bark grey-brown, shallow fissured and scaly, evergreen and renews its leaves irregularly at all seasons of the year. Leaves spirally arranged, simple, 8-40 × 2-10 cm, narrowly elliptic to lanceolate or oblong, base acute, apex blunt, margin often faintly wavy, lateral veins 12-30 pairs, visible on both surfaces, intercostal veins net-like, distinct below, petioles 1.5-10.0 cm long with swollen base. Inflorescence a pyramidal panicle, pseudo-terminal or axillary. Flowers bisexual. Sepals 5. Petals 5, creamish to pinkish with 3-5 ridges on the inner face. Stamen 1, fertile, staminodes 4. Ovary sessile, oblique, 1-locular, style lateral, stigma simple. Fruit a drupe, varies greatly in shape and size, up to 30 × 10 cm, skin yellowish-green to purplish when ripe, pulp pale yellow to orange, with or without fibres, with a sweet to sour taste. Seed 1 per fruit.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
fissured
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
panicle
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
pentamerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
drupe
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Anacardiaceae
Genus:
Mangifera
Species:
Mangifera longipes
Author Name:
Griff.
synonyms:
Mangifera sumatrana Miq.
Local Name:
Jangli aam
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
February-November.
Habitat:
Evergreen rain forests
Distribution:
Chittagong
Uses:
Fruit is edible.
Description:

A medium-sized tree. Leaves petiolate, petioles 1.8-3.7 cm long, lamina 15-25 × 3.7-7.5 cm, oblong or elliptic-lanceolate, with 14-10 pairs of nerves, reticulation obscure above, more distinct beneath, acuminate. Inflorescence usually longer than the leaves, branches widely spreading, pedicels 6 mm long. Flowers 4-5 mm in diameter. Sepals ovate, subacute. Petals white, with yellow veins, very narrow, recurved. Disc broadly conical, papillose, 5-lobed. Stamen 1, much exserted, the imperfect one minute, filaments elongated. Ovary smooth, style lateral, long, slender, ovule obliquely ascending. Fruit a drupe.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
fissured
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
panicle
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
pentamerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
drupe
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Anacardiaceae
Genus:
Mangifera
Species:
Mangifera sp
Author Name:
No Data
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
No Data
Habitat:
No Data
Distribution:
No Data
Uses:
No Data
Description:

No Data

Key character:No Data

Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) 9
Emission Factors (EF) 7
Wood Density (WD) 2
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Anacardiaceae
Genus:
Mangifera
Species:
Mangifera sylvatica
Author Name:
Roxb.
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
Uri Aam
English Name:
Wild Mango, Forest Mango
Fruits & Flowering Period:
January-June
Habitat:
Evergreen hill forests
Distribution:
Cox's Bazar, Chittagong, Sylhet districts, and the
Uses:
Wood is moderately hard, used for tea-chest, plywo
Description:

A large, evergreen, tall tree with dense globose crown and a cylindrical bole, bark ash-grey or silvery, fissured or irregularly cracked. Leaves simple, lanceolate, coriaceous, glabrous, margin undulated, opaque on both the surfaces, lateral veins more curved. Inflorescence a panicle, about 30 cm long, glabrous. Flowers pinkish-white. Calyx 5, glabrous. Petals 5, acute. Stamen 1, fertile. Carpel solitary, ovary sessile, 1-locular. Fruit a drupe, 7-10 cm long, obliquely tapering, acuminate, slightly compressed, stone fibrous, large.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
fissured
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
panicle
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
pentamerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
drupe
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Anacardiaceae
Genus:
Nothopegia
Species:
Nothopegia acuminata
Author Name:
No Data
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
No Data
Habitat:
No Data
Distribution:
No Data
Uses:
No Data
Description:

No Data

Key character:No Data

Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Anacardiaceae
Genus:
Nothopegia
Species:
Nothopegia acuminata
Author Name:
J. Sinclair
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
March-April.
Habitat:
Rain forests and near streams
Distribution:
Cox's Bazar
Uses:
No Data
Description:

A shrub, branches slender, glabrous, flexible. Leaves simple, alternate, petiolate, elliptic-lanceolate, 10-18 × 3-5 cm, margin entire, apex acuminate, base acute to obtuse, glabrous on both surfaces. Inflorescence simple or branched, axillary or terminal, short, sparsely or minutely brown-pubescent. Male flowers sessile, bracteolate. Sepals 4, free, 1.0-1.5 mm long, imbricate, glabrous, obtuse. Petals 4, free, 2.0-2.5 mm long, white, oblong, imbricate, apex reflexed, margin shortly ciliate, many-nerved. Stamens 4, c 2 mm long, opposite to the sepal, inserted on the disc, filament sparsely pilose. Female flowers and fruits not seen.

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Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
fissured
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
leaf persistence:
deciduous
petiole:
petiolate
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
raceme
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
pentamerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
drupe
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Anacardiaceae
Genus:
Nothopegia
Species:
Nothopegia sp
Author Name:
No Data
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
No Data
Habitat:
No Data
Distribution:
No Data
Uses:
No Data
Description:

No Data

Key character:No Data

Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Anacardiaceae
Genus:
Rhus
Species:
Rhus khasiana
Author Name:
Hook.f.
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
Kakrisingha
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
March-July
Habitat:
Hilly forests.
Distribution:
Chittagong
Uses:
Timber may be used for making low-cost furniture a
Description:

A small tree, up to 13.5 m long. Leaves 30-45 cm long, petiolate, pinnate, leaflets 5-12 pairs, often alternate, lanceolate, 7.5-12.5 × 1.5-4.5 cm, acuminate, base obliquely cuneate, serrate or sub-entire, hairy along the midrib and nerves beneath, lateral nerves about 15 on either side of the midrib, very slender, slightly arched. Inflorescence terminal, rather lax. Calyx 5-lobed. Petals free, imbricate, disc fleshy. Stamens inserted at the base of the disc, often lobed. Carpels 3, syncarpous, ovary superior, 1-celled, ovule 1, styles 3, stigmas capitate. Fruit an ovate-orbicular drupe, 7 mm in diameter, compressed, pedicelled, epicarp thin, mesocarp fibrous.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
plated
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
compound
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
panicle
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
pentamerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
drupe
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Anacardiaceae
Genus:
Rhus
Species:
Rhus sp
Author Name:
No Data
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
No Data
Habitat:
No Data
Distribution:
No Data
Uses:
No Data
Description:

No Data

Key character:No Data

Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Anacardiaceae
Genus:
Rhus
Species:
Rhus succedanea
Author Name:
L.
synonyms:
Rhus acuminata DC., Rhus pubigera Blume, Rhus succ
Local Name:
Kakrasinghi
English Name:
Wax Tree, Japanese Wax Tree.
Fruits & Flowering Period:
January-May.
Habitat:
Evergreen hill forests.
Distribution:
Sylhet
Uses:
A valuable wax is obtained from mesocarp of its fr
Description:

A middle-sized deciduous tree, up to 18 m tall. Leaves 17-48 cm long, petioles 9-14 cm long, imparipinnate, crowded at the ends of branches, common petiole swollen at the base, terete, glabrous, leaflets 3-6 pairs, ovate-lanceolate, 6-12 × 2.5-4.5 cm, caudate-acuminate, base cuneate, entire, glabrous to puberulous beneath. Inflorescence axillary, 6-15 cm long, glabrous. Male flowers 1-2 mm in diameter, pedicellate, calyx lobes ovate, obtuse, petals oblong, 0.5 × 1.0 mm in diameter. Female flowers 2.0-3.5 mm in diameter, ovary 0.6 × 1.0 mm, conical, style 3, stigma globose. Fruit a drupe, obliquely ovoid, 5-15 cm long, 5-8 mm in diameter, orbicular-compressed, rugose, glabrous, shining yellow or tan-brown, epicarp thin, bursting irregularly, mesocarp fibrous, enclosing a waxy mass, epicarp separating from mesocarp in ripe fruits.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
plated
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
compound
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
panicle
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
pentamerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
drupe
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Anacardiaceae
Genus:
Semecarpus
Species:
Semecarpus anacardium
Author Name:
L.f.
synonyms:
Semecarpus latifolius Pers., Anacardium latifolium
Local Name:
Bela
English Name:
Marking Nut Tree, Oriental Cashew Nut
Fruits & Flowering Period:
March-December
Habitat:
Dry deciduous forests
Distribution:
Chittagong Hill Tracts, Sylhet and Mymensingh
Uses:
The lower part of the fruit is eaten, the upper pa
Description:

A small to medium-sized deciduous tree, branchlets, petiole, inflorescence and underside of leaves clothed with fine pale pubescence. Bark exfoliating in roundish scales. Leaves crowded at the end of branches, 22.5-75.0 × 12.5-30.0 cm, very coriaceous, glabrescent above, undersurface velvety tomentose, obovate or elliptic-oblong, generally rounded at the tip, petiole thick, 2.5 cm long. Inflorescence terminal, equalling or shorter than the leaves, stout, branches spreading. Bracts lanceolate. Flowers polygamous, small, fascicled. Petals much longer than the calyx, oblong, greenish-white. Filaments subulate. Fruit a drupe, somewhat obliquely oblong-ovoid, about 2.5 cm long, purplish-black when ripe.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
plated
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
panicle
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
pentamerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
drupe
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Anacardiaceae
Genus:
Semecarpus
Species:
Semecarpus nigroviridis
Author Name:
Thw.
synonyms:
Semecarpus gardneri Thw.
Local Name:
Kattula
English Name:
Marking Nut Tree
Fruits & Flowering Period:
July-October
Habitat:
Hill forests.
Distribution:
Cox's Bazar
Uses:
The fleshy cup at the base of the fruit is reporte
Description:

A medium-sized evergreen tree, glabrous, with crowded leafy crown. Leaves simple, alternate, 7-15 × 2.5-5.0 cm, oblong-obovate, base narrowed into a petiole of 1.2-2.5 cm long, forms winged appendages, tip rounded, pale, nerves 6-10 pairs, much arched. Inflorescence short, reduced to racemes. Flowers c 1 cm in diameter. Calyx 5-lobed, imbricate. Petals 5, erect, orbicular, imbricate, yellowish-green. Stamens 5, inserted at the base of the disc, filaments subulate, glabrous, anthers maroon-coloured. Ovary 1-celled, ovule solitary, styles 3, small, stigma clavate. Fruit a nut, seated on cup-shaped hypocarp, dark green with white dots when young smooth, shining, obliquely rounded with a hooked apiculus.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
plated
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
panicle
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
pentamerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
drupe
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Anacardiaceae
Genus:
Semecarpus
Species:
Semecarpus prainii
Author Name:
King
synonyms:
Semecarpus heterophylla Hook. f.
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
July-February
Habitat:
Evergreen lowland forests.
Distribution:
Sylhet
Uses:
The black resinous exudate of the plant is poisono
Description:

A large tree with rough brown bark and glabrous branchlets, up to 15 m tall. Leaves 12.5-30.0 × 3.7-10.0 cm, oblanceolate or obovate-oblong, abruptly acuminate, quite entire, coriaceous, dark green and shining above, petiole 2.0-3.5 cm long, lateral nerves 15-20 on either half, abruptly arched near the margin, otherwise straight, tertiary nerves transverse to the secondary nerves, base very glandular, narrowed to the petiole. Panicles 25-32 cm long, terminal, exceeding the leaves, branched down to the base with thinly pubescent branches. Flowers dioecious. Bracts subulate. Male flowers about 2 mm across, sessile in clusters of 3-8, buds globose, calyx ovate or ovate-oblong, pubescent, ciliolate petals ovate-oblong, glabrous, 1.5 × 0.8 mm, stamens 1 mm long, disc flat, 1 mm in diameter. Female flowers with ovary 1 mm across, densely hairy. Fruit obliquely ovoid or ovoid-oblong, 2.0 × 2.5 cm, hypocarp obconic, 5 mm long, forming a minute podocarp.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
plated
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
panicle
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
pentamerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
drupe
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Anacardiaceae
Genus:
Semecarpus
Species:
Semecarpus sp
Author Name:
No Data
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
No Data
Habitat:
No Data
Distribution:
No Data
Uses:
No Data
Description:

No Data

Key character:No Data

Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Anacardiaceae
Genus:
Semecarpus
Species:
Semecarpus subpanduriformis
Author Name:
Wall. ex Hook.f.
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
Hijal
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
July-October
Habitat:
Hill forests.
Distribution:
Chittagong and Rangamati.
Uses:
The plant yields timber of inferior quality, may b
Description:

A tree with stout branchlets, 12-18 m tall. Leaves oblanceolate-obovate, subpanduriform, 19-32 × 6.5-8.5 cm, shortly acuminate, dark on the upper surface, whitish beneath, thinly membranous, petiole 5-10 mm long. Inflorescence terminal, 15-33 cm long, sparsely pubescent. Male flowers 4 mm in diameter, petals ovate, 1.5 × 0.7 mm, stamens 0.2 mm long, disc 1 mm in diameter. Bisexual flowers 6 mm in diameter, ovary superior, conical, 1.5 × 2.0 mm. Fruit a drupe, 1.5 × 2.0 cm, compressed, hypocarp 0.5 × 1.5 cm, glabrous.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
plated
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
panicle
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
pentamerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
drupe
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) 1
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Anacardiaceae
Genus:
Spondias
Species:
Spondias pinnata
Author Name:
(L.f.) Kurz
synonyms:
Mangifera pinnata L. f., Spondias mangifera Willd.
Local Name:
Amra
English Name:
Hog Plum
Fruits & Flowering Period:
February-August
Habitat:
Homesteads, hill forests and Sal forests.
Distribution:
Throughout the country.
Uses:
Fruit is acidic and edible. The ripe fruits which
Description:

A medium-sized to large tree, glabrous, deciduous with a pleasant smell (from leaves and twigs). Bark greyish, smooth but often with horizontal wrinkles and vertical fissures, blaze in reddish-brown. Leaves imparipinnate, crowded at the ends of branchlets, 30-45 cm long, leaflets 9-13 pairs, 5-25 × 2.5-10.0 cm, elliptic-oblong, acuminate, entire, membranous, shining, more or less oblique, intra-marginal veins prominent, turning yellow before shedding. Inflorescence of 14-28 cm long panicles, terminal or axillary. Flowers bisexual, polygamous, 5 mm across, subsessile, yellowish-green, scented. Calyx pubescent. Petals 2.5 × 1.0 mm, glabrous. Stamens 1.5-2.0 mm long, disc 1 mm in diameter, deeply 5-lobed, thick, fleshy. Ovary sessile, 2.0-2.5 mm in diameter, obconic-globose, style short, stigma capitate. Fruit a drupe, ovoid, greenish-yellow when ripe, 4-5 cm long.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
exfoliating
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
leaf persistence:
deciduous
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
compound
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
panicle
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
pentamerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
drupe
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Anacardiaceae
Genus:
Spondias
Species:
Spondias purpurea
Author Name:
L.
synonyms:
Spondias mombin L., Spondias cytherea Sonnerat, Sp
Local Name:
Beelati Amra
English Name:
Hog Plum, Spanish Plum, Red Mombin, Ambarella
Fruits & Flowering Period:
March-October
Habitat:
Dry lands.
Distribution:
Cultivated throughout the country.
Uses:
The plant is cultivated for its sweet edible fruit
Description:

A deciduous glabrous tree, up to 25 m high. Leaves alternate, usually crowded at the ends of the branches, rachis 6-12 cm long, petiole 2.5-4.0 cm long, leaflets chartaceous, obliquely elliptic or elliptic-oblong, 2.0-5.5 × 1.0-2.5 cm, puberulous on the midrib, nerves and veins below, and on the midrib above, glabrescent, base obliquely cuneate, apex acute to acuminate, entire, nerves 6-10 pairs. Inflorescence a terminal raceme, appearing before the leaves, up to 4 cm long, slightly puberulous, branches 1 cm long, few-flowered. Bracts 1-2 mm long. Flowers reddish or purplish, polygamous, pedicels 2-4 mm long. Calyx small, 4-5 fid, lobes triangular, slightly imbricate, 0.5 mm long. Petals 4-5, sub-valvate, ovate-oblong, 3-4 × 1-2 mm. Stamens 8-10, inserted beneath the disc, anthers ovoid, 5 mm long. Ovary subglobose, 7 mm long, 4-5 locular, styles 4-5, connivent, ovule solitary, pendulous in each locule. Fruit a fleshy drupe, with a hard, 1-5 celled stone, cells erect or diverging. Seeds pendulous, embryo straight.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
smooth
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
leaf persistence:
deciduous
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
compound
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
panicle
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
pentamerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
drupe
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Anacardiaceae
Genus:
Spondias
Species:
Spondias sp
Author Name:
No Data
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
No Data
Habitat:
No Data
Distribution:
No Data
Uses:
No Data
Description:

No Data

Key character:No Data

Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) 12
Emission Factors (EF) 7
Wood Density (WD) 2
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Anacardiaceae
Genus:
Swintonia
Species:
Swintonia floribunda
Author Name:
Griff.
synonyms:
Swintonia griffithii Kurz, Swintonia helferi Hook.
Local Name:
Civit
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
February-May
Habitat:
Evergreen hill forests
Distribution:
Cox's Bazar and Chittagong districts and the Chitt
Uses:
The wood is suitable for tea-chest plywood, flash
Description:

A lofty evergreen, glabrous tree, the lower part of stem often buttressed which may extend to a height of 7 m or more. Bark greyish, smooth with shallow vertical fissures, blaze pinkish. Leaves crowded towards ends of the branchlets, lanceolate, 10-15 cm long, thin, coriaceous and glossy green above, glaucous beneath, petiole very slender, 2.5-4.0 cm long. Inflorescence of 15-30 cm long panicles, terminal or axillary, profusely branched, glabrous. Bisexual flowers 3-4 mm across, pale-yellow. Calyx lobes 1 mm long. Petals ovate-oblong, 2 × 1 mm, puberulous on both sides, disc elongate, 0.5 × 0.8 mm. Stamens 2-3 mm long, anthers oblong. Ovary subconical, 1 mm in diameter, style 1.5 mm long, simple, stigma disciform. Male flowers elongate, 2.5 × 1.5 mm. Fruit a drupe, unripe fruit sessile, seated on 5 oblong-linear, reflexed, about 5 cm long, longitudinally-veined, purplish, wing-shaped petals.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
exfoliating
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
panicle
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
pentamerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
drupe
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Anacardiaceae
Genus:
Swintonia
Species:
Swintonia helferi
Author Name:
No Data
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
No Data
Habitat:
No Data
Distribution:
No Data
Uses:
No Data
Description:

No Data

Key character:No Data

Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Anacardiaceae
Genus:
Swintonia
Species:
Swintonia sp
Author Name:
No Data
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
No Data
Habitat:
No Data
Distribution:
No Data
Uses:
No Data
Description:

No Data

Key character:No Data

Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Ancistrocladaceae
Genus:
Ancistrocladus
Species:
Ancistrocladus sp
Author Name:
No Data
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
No Data
Habitat:
No Data
Distribution:
No Data
Uses:
No Data
Description:

No Data

Key character:No Data

Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Ancistrocladaceae
Genus:
Ancistrocladus
Species:
Ancistrocladus tectorius
Author Name:
(Loureiro) Merrill
synonyms:
Bembix tectoria Loureiro, Ancistrocladus carallioi
Local Name:
Borshi gach
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
April-September.
Habitat:
Tropical evergreen forests.
Distribution:
Moulvibazar
Uses:
No Data
Description:

Scandent shrubs or trees, up to 10 m high; branches sympodial with a series of circinate woody hooks. Stipules tiny, mostly caducous with saddlelike scars on branches; Leaves crowded mostly immediately above the second hook, at the end of branchlets, sessile, blades elliptic to obovate-oblong, 7-30 × 3-5 cm, leathery, both surfaces frequently with small, white, orbicular pits, tapering towards the base, apex obtuse, acute or acuminate; nerves 4-8 pairs, midnerve abaxially prominent, impressed adaxially, lateral and reticulate tertiary veins tenuous, slightly prominent on both surfaces. Inflorescence panicle, between the crowded leaves, rarely lateral in the place of a tendril, dichotomously branched, 8-15 cm long. Bracts triangular to ovate, 0.2-2.4 × 0.2-1.5 mm, abaxially eglandular or with 1 or 2 circular glands, margin fimbriate-erose, apex acute. Pedicel 0.3-3.0 mm. Sepals 5, slightly unequal, suborbicular to elliptic-oblong, 3.2-5.5 mm, imbricate, at base shortly decurrent on ovary, outside eglandular or with 1-4 shallowly cupular glands below middle, inside with white orbicular small pits near base, apex rounded. Petals 5, connate basally, suborbicular to obliquely elliptic, 5-6 mm, apex acute, margins usually involute. Stamens in 1 whorl, 5 longer than others; filaments wider basally, dimorphic: shorter ones 0.3-1.2 mm, longer ones 1.1-2 mm. Ovary consisting of three carpels, fully inferior, 1 ovule per cell, basal, ascending with 2 integuments; styles 3, erect, ca. 1 mm; stigmas ca. 0.2 mm. Nut obconic, sides 5-ridged by decurrent margins of accrescent sepals, 5-9 × 5-10 mm in diam.; persistent sepals spreading, narrowly oblong-cuneate to spathulate, unequal, larger 3 sepals 3.3-5.5 × 1.0-2.0 cm, smaller 2 sepals 2-3(-4) × 0.5-1.2(-1.8) cm, veined, apex rounded. Seeds obconical with flat apex ca. 5 mm long.

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Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
smooth
bole:
branched
thorn:
present
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
present
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
whorl
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
panicle
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
pentamerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
valvate
fruit:
nut
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Ancistrocladaceae
Genus:
Ancistrocladus
Species:
Ancistrocladus wallichii
Author Name:
Planch.
synonyms:
Ancistrocladus stelligerus Wall. ex Planch.
Local Name:
Borshi gach
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
January-May
Habitat:
Hill forests.
Distribution:
Khagrachari, Rangamati, Sylhet and Chittagong.
Uses:
No Data
Description:

A climbing shrub with supra-axillary circinate hooks. Leaves simple, alternate, sessile, linear or linear-elliptic, more than 4 times as long as wide, up to 50.0 × 7.5 cm, entire, acuminate or acute, gradually narrowed to the subauricled base, midrib prominent beneath. Inflorescence a panicle, terminal or lateral. Flowers small, bisexual. Sepals 5, united into a basal tube, lobes imbricated, finally enlarged in the fruits. Petals 5, free, contorted. Stamens 10, filaments 1-2 mm long, connate at the base, anthers basifixed, 2-celled. Carpels 3, united into 1-celled inferior ovary, styles 3, ovule 1. Fruit nut-like, with enlarged subequal spreading calyx. Seeds sub-globose.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
smooth
bole:
branched
thorn:
present
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
present
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
whorl
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
panicle
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
pentamerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
valvate
fruit:
nut
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Angiopteridaceae
Genus:
Angiopteris
Species:
Angiopteris evecta
Author Name:
(Forst.) Hoffm.
synonyms:
Polypodium evectum Forst
Local Name:
Raj Dekia
English Name:
King Fern
Fruits & Flowering Period:
Throughout the year
Habitat:
Evergreen hill forests
Distribution:
Sylhet, Chittagong and the Chittagong Hill Tracts.
Uses:
Stipules of this species contain starch which is s
Description:

A common terrestrial fern of forest floor. Rhizomes erect, often 60 cm thick. Stipes 100-175 cm long, sometimes larger, green, smooth with scattered whitish streaks. Fronds bipinnate, generally 20-40 cm long, 2-4 cm wide, rachis green, sparsely scaly and hairy especially on the lower surface. Pinnae 12-18 × 2-4 cm, bearing pinnules 2-3 cm apart, pinnules 4.5-14.0 ×1.3 cm, linear oblong, sessile or shortly stalked, the apex acuminate, the edge toothed, especially towards the apex. Texture herbaceous to subcoriaceous, glabrous, shining, veins simple or forked, nearly at right angles to the midrib, raised on both surfaces, recurrent veins slender, usually not distinct, much beyond the sori, about l mm from the edge, usually consisting of 7-14 sporangia. Sori submarginal, about 1 mm away from the margin, consisting of 8-12 sporangia in each sac. Sporangium capsules very close to each other, arranged in spherical patterns, size 450-430 µm. Spore trilete, perisporate, oval to spherical yellow to brown, 23-34 × 19-30 µm.

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Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
exfoliating
bole:
unbranched
thorn:
absent
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
compound
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
sexual Reproductive Unit:
spore
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Angiopteridaceae
Genus:
Angiopteris
Species:
Angiopteris sp
Author Name:
No Data
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
No Data
Habitat:
No Data
Distribution:
No Data
Uses:
No Data
Description:

No Data

Key character:No Data

Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) 2
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Annonaceae
Genus:
Alphonsea
Species:
Alphonsea lutea
Author Name:
Hook.f. & Thom.
synonyms:
Uvaria lutea Roxb.
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
April-June
Habitat:
Plain lands.
Distribution:
No Data
Uses:
The aromatic pulp of the ripe fruit is eaten.
Description:

A tree, stem glabrous, young branches brown pubescent. Leaves with petiole 3-5 mm long, lamina 7.5-12.0 × 3.5-6.0 cm, ovate-oblong, base rounded, obtusely acuminate, glabrous, pale and conspicuously nerved beneath with puberulous nerves and midrib. Inflorescence in dense leaf-opposed fascicles. Flowers subcapitate, peduncle very short, pedicels densely brown tomentose. Sepals orbicular. Petals 10-12 mm long, ovate, densely tomentose. Ovaries about 10, densely villous, style oblong. Ripe carpels 2.5-3.0 cm long, broadly ovoid, obtuse at both ends, tomentose, subsessile, stalk very short.

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
fissured
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
umbel
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
trimerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
berry
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Annonaceae
Genus:
Alphonsea
Species:
Alphonsea sp
Author Name:
No Data
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
No Data
Habitat:
No Data
Distribution:
No Data
Uses:
No Data
Description:

No Data

Key character:No Data

Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Annonaceae
Genus:
Alphonsea
Species:
Alphonsea ventricosa
Author Name:
Hook.f. & Thom.
synonyms:
Uvaria ventricosa Roxb.
Local Name:
Ban aata
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
April-October
Habitat:
Hill forests.
Distribution:
Chittagong
Uses:
The aromatic pulp of the ripe fruit is eaten.
Description:

A lofty tree, stem glabrous, young branches brown tomentose. Leaves with petiole 1.0-1.5 cm long, puberulous, lamina 15-25 × 3.5-10.0 cm, narrow, oblong, base rounded, long acuminate, glabrous, pubescent on the midrib, shining above, pale and conspicuously veined beneath. Flowers numerous, in fascicled short racemes, greenish-white, odorous, racemes tomentose. Pedicels 1.0-2.5 cm long, with an ovate median and basal bracteole. Sepals small, broadly ovate, connate below. Petals c 1 cm long, ovate-oblong, brown-tomentose outside. Carpels about 10, villous, style oblong. Ripe carpels 2.5-3.5 cm in diameter, ovoid or sub-globose, tomentose, long-stalked.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
fissured
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
umbel
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
trimerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
berry
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) 3
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Annonaceae
Genus:
Annona
Species:
Annona muricata
Author Name:
L.
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
Muri aata
English Name:
Soursop
Fruits & Flowering Period:
February-September
Habitat:
Plain lands and also high lands.
Distribution:
Cultivated throughout the country.
Uses:
Fully ripe fruits are eaten fresh as dessert, mixe
Description:

A small tree, stem glabrous, young branches hairy. Leaves petiolate, petiole 4-13 mm long, lamina 8-16 × 3.1-6.8 cm, oblong-obovate, acute to shortly acuminate, glossy dark green and glabrous above, paler and minutely hairy to glabrous below. Inflorescence leaf-opposed or extra-axillary, 1-2 flowered. Peduncle 2-5 mm long, woody. Pedicels 1.5-2.0 cm long. Bracteoles deltoid, densely hairy. Petals thick, outer one 2.8-3.3 × 2.1-2.5 cm, broadly ovate, acute to acuminate, cordate, valvate, inner ones 2.5-2.8 × 1.8-2.0 cm, ovate, obtuse, cuneate, imbricate, receptacle conical, hairy. Stamens 4-5 cm long, narrowly cuneate, connective tip truncate, anther locules unequal. Carpels linear, broadly connate, ovary covered with dense reddish-brown hairs, style short, stigma truncate. Fruit ovoid, echinate, 25-30 × 15-20 cm, dark green, spines curved and fleshy, pulp white, juicy and aromatic.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
fissured
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
leaf persistence:
deciduous
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
solitary
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
trimerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
coenocarpium
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Annonaceae
Genus:
Annona
Species:
Annona reticulata
Author Name:
L.
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
Nona
English Name:
Bullock's Heart
Fruits & Flowering Period:
October-January
Habitat:
Plain lands.
Distribution:
Throughout the country.
Uses:
Ripe fruit is sweet and rich in minerals, fibre, p
Description:

A small tree, stem glabrous, young branches pubescent. Leaves with 1.2-1.5 cm long petiole, lamina 13.5-17.0 × 2.5-4.5 cm, lanceolate to oblanceolate, base rounded to cuneate, apex acute to acuminate, glabrous above, sparsely hairy beneath, young leaves densely hairy on both surfaces. Inflorescence leaf-opposed or extra axillary, usually 2-3 flowered, occasionally branched. Bracts caducous, bracteoles deltoid, densely hairy, almost in the middle of pedicel. Pedicel 2.5-3.0 cm long, usually pendant. Sepals broadly deltoid, basally connate, pilose. Petals 6, arranged in 2 series, outer petals 17-19 × 0.6-0.7 cm, ovate, triquetrous, obtuse, basally connate within, inner petals minute or absent. Stamens numerous, 1-2 mm long, linear, filaments half the length of anther, connective tip rounded. Carpels numerous, basally connate, ovary pilose, stigma elongated. Fruit 10-15 × 7.5-12.5 cm, sub-globose to roughly heart-shaped, almost smooth, areoles separated by marked reticulation but tuberculate, reddish-brown when ripe, pulp white or cream, aromatic, granular, adhering closely to the seeds. Seeds smooth, black.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
fissured
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
leaf persistence:
deciduous
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
solitary
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
trimerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
coenocarpium
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) 2
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Annonaceae
Genus:
Annona
Species:
Annona sp
Author Name:
No Data
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
No Data
Habitat:
No Data
Distribution:
No Data
Uses:
No Data
Description:

No Data

Key character:No Data

Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Annonaceae
Genus:
Annona
Species:
Annona squamosa
Author Name:
L.
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
Baduri aata
English Name:
Custard Apple, Sugar Apple, Sweetsop
Fruits & Flowering Period:
March-December
Habitat:
Plain lands and also high lands.
Distribution:
Cultivated throughout the country.
Uses:
Ripe fruits are sweet and eaten fresh. The pulp of
Description:

A small tree, stem glabrous, young branches sparsely pubescent. Leaves petiolate, petiole 5-12 mm long, lamina 8-11 × 3.0-4.5 cm, elliptic to oblong-obovate, obtuse to acute, glabrous, base cuneate to subrounded, young leaves sparsely hairy. Inflorescence terminal or leaf-opposed, on short axillary branches, 1-2 flowered. Bracts and bracteoles present, pilose. Pedicels 1.0-1.6 cm long, glabrous. Sepals 1-3 × 3-4 mm, broadly deltoid, basally connate, pilose. Petals 2.0-2.7 × 0.7-0.9 cm, oblong, pale yellow with deep purple spot inside at the base, triquetrous, basally concave within, inner petals absent. Receptacle conical. Stamens 1 mm long, narrow, cuneate, filaments short, locules equal, connective-tip subtruncate. Carpels basally connate, ovary dorsally pilose, style short, stigma narrow, conical. Fruit 5-10 × 5.0-7.5 cm, yellowish-green, glaucous, tuberculate, pulp soft, smooth, pure white or yellow tinged. Seeds dark brown to black.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
fissured
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
leaf persistence:
deciduous
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
solitary
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
trimerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
coenocarpium
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Annonaceae
Genus:
Cananga
Species:
Cananga odorata
Author Name:
(Lamk.) Hook.f. & Thom.
synonyms:
Uvaria odorata Lamk., Uvaria axillaris Roxb.
Local Name:
Kathali champa
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
July-January
Habitat:
Favors moist valleys, up to an altitude of 800 m.
Distribution:
Cultivated in gardens.
Uses:
No Data
Description:

A tall aromatic tree, trunk straight, shoots glabrous, stem gland-dotted. Leaves with petiole 1.0-1.2 cm long, lamina 12.5-20.0 × 5-8 cm, ovate-oblong, acuminate, margin waved, base Cananga odorata (Lamk.) Hook. f. & Thom. rounded, puberulous on the veins beneath. Flowers usually 3-nate, drooping, yellow, odorous. Peduncle c 2 cm long, solitary or several from old scars, pedicels 1.5-1.7 cm long, recurved, hoary, with a few basal and a median scaly bract. Sepals 6-7 × 4-5 mm. Petals 6, 4.0-4.5 cm long, subequal, narrowly linear, base broad, silky when young. Stamens many, c 2 mm long. Ripe carpels about 12, 1.0-1.5 cm long, ovoid or obovoid, glabrous, long-stalked, black, 6-12 seeded.

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
fissured
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
leaf persistence:
deciduous
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
solitary
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
trimerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
valvate
fruit:
berry
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Annonaceae
Genus:
Cananga
Species:
Cananga sp
Author Name:
No Data
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
No Data
Habitat:
No Data
Distribution:
No Data
Uses:
No Data
Description:

No Data

Key character:No Data

Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Annonaceae
Genus:
Cyathocalyx
Species:
Cyathocalyx martabanicus
Author Name:
No Data
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
No Data
Habitat:
No Data
Distribution:
No Data
Uses:
No Data
Description:

No Data

Key character:No Data

Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Annonaceae
Genus:
Cyathocalyx
Species:
Cyathocalyx sp
Author Name:
No Data
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
No Data
Habitat:
No Data
Distribution:
No Data
Uses:
No Data
Description:

No Data

Key character:No Data

Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Annonaceae
Genus:
Desmos
Species:
Desmos chinensis
Author Name:
Lour.
synonyms:
Unona discolor Vahl
Local Name:
Chagalnadi
English Name:
Dwarf Ylang-ylang
Fruits & Flowering Period:
April-December
Habitat:
Hill forests.
Distribution:
Cox's Bazar and Chittagong districts and the Chitt
Uses:
The decoction of fruit is used for dysentry and ve
Description:

A scandent shrub, stem slender, pubescent. Leaves petiolate, petiole 3-5 mm long, lamina 6-14 × 3.0-6.5 cm, elliptic, cordate or truncate, abruptly acuminate, glabrous above, pale and pubescent beneath. Flowers 4.5-5.0 cm long, leaf-opposed or internodal, greenish-yellow, solitary, very fragrant. Pedicel 1-4 cm long with a small linear bracteole below the middle, slender in flowers, thickening in fruits. Sepals 4-12 mm long, ovate-lanceolate, acuminate. Petals 4-8 cm long, narrowly lanceolate, coriaceous. Fruitlets 2-3 cm long, numerous, up to 6-jointed, long stipitate, on stalks 3-5 mm long, 2-5 seeded.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
fissured
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
solitary
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
trimerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
berry
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Annonaceae
Genus:
Desmos
Species:
Desmos longiflorus
Author Name:
(Roxb.) Safford
synonyms:
Unona longiflora Roxb.
Local Name:
Kulla
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
October-April
Habitat:
Hill forests.
Distribution:
Sylhet, Chittagong, Cox’s Bazar districts, and the
Uses:
No Data
Description:

A slender, sparingly branched, glabrous shrub or small tree, buds golden-silky. Leaves with petiole 1-2 cm long, lamina 12-30 × 2.5-10.0 cm, narrowly oblong or lanceolate, entire, acuminate, base rounded, pellucid dotted, chartaceous, shining above, glaucous beneath. Flowers axillary, red, elongated, silky when young, soon glabrous. Peduncle 2.5-10.0 cm long, elongating in fruits. Bracts sub-basal, linear, minute, pubescent. Sepals 3, rounded, mucronate, pubescent outside. Petals 2, 7.5-15.0 cm long, c 2 cm broad at the base, narrowly linear, taper-pointed, puberulous outside. Connective of stamens produced but truncate. Fruitlets 7-60, moniliform, joints 1-4, elongate-ellipsoid, verrucose.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
fissured
bole:
branched
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
solitary
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
trimerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
berry
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Annonaceae
Genus:
Desmos
Species:
Desmos sp
Author Name:
No Data
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
No Data
Habitat:
No Data
Distribution:
No Data
Uses:
No Data
Description:

No Data

Key character:No Data

Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Annonaceae
Genus:
Miliusa
Species:
Miliusa globosa
Author Name:
(DC.) G. Panigr. & Mishra
synonyms:
Guatteria globosa DC., Hyalostemma roxburghiana (W
Local Name:
Ban ponial
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
December-September
Habitat:
Hill forests.
Distribution:
Cox's Bazar, Chittagong, Sylhet districts, and the
Uses:
Leaves are used as smelling salt in headache.
Description:

A large shrub or small tree, stem glabrous, young branches softly pubescent. Leaves petiolate, petiole 1-2 mm long, lamina 10-18 × 3.5-6.0 cm, ovate-lanceolate or oblong-lanceolate, rounded or acute at the base, abruptly acuminate at the apex, thinly coriaceous, shiny above, glabrous except the puberulous midrib above, pubescent beneath, glabrous with age. Flowers bisexual or unisexual, solitary or 2-3 together, axillary, extra-axillary or leaf-opposed, drooping, red, pedicel 1.5-2.5 cm long, pubescent. Bracts 1-3, basal or a little above the base, linear-lanceolate, acuminate. Sepals 3, 3-6 × 1 mm, linear-lanceolate, acuminate, reflexed, rusty tomentose outside. Petals 6 (3 +3), outer petals similar to the sepals, inner ones 10-15 × 4-8 mm, ovate, saccate at the base, obtuse to subacute at the apex, cohering laterally up to middle when young, later free, blood red with dark veins, sparsely pubescent. Stamens many, c 1 mm long, connectives dome-shaped at the top, dark red. Carpels many, c 2 mm long, intermixed with hairs, ovate or oblong, stigma sessile, capitate. Ripe carpels 7-10 × 10-18 mm, many, ovoid, sub-globose to oblong, slightly pubescent, stalks 10-15 mm long, slender. Seed usually 1, sometimes few, c 4 mm long, ovoid.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
fissured
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
solitary
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
trimerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
valvate
fruit:
berry
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Annonaceae
Genus:
Miliusa
Species:
Miliusa longiflora
Author Name:
(Hook.f. & Thom.) Finet & Gagnep.
synonyms:
Saccopetalum longiflorum Hook. f. & Thom.
Local Name:
Chougri marich
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
July-September
Habitat:
Plain lands and also high lands.
Distribution:
Chittagong
Uses:
No Data
Description:

A tree, stem glabrous, branchlets puberulous. Leaves petiolate, petiole 5-7 mm long, lamina 18-20 × 6.0-7.5 cm, ovate-oblong or oblong-lanceolate, thin, coriaceous, acuminate, glabrous above, pubescent beneath. Flowers solitary in the old axils. Peduncle 3-5 mm long, downy. Sepals and outer petals 5-7 mm long, oblong, inner petals 3.0-3.5 cm long, oblong-lanceolate, tapering to an obtuse point, thin, downy, base sub-saccate. Ripe carpels of berries, 2.5-3.5 cm in diameter, black, glabrous, stalk 1.2-1.5 cm long.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
fissured
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
solitary
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
trimerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
valvate
fruit:
berry
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Annonaceae
Genus:
Miliusa
Species:
Miliusa sp
Author Name:
No Data
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
No Data
Habitat:
No Data
Distribution:
No Data
Uses:
No Data
Description:

No Data

Key character:No Data

Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Annonaceae
Genus:
Miliusa
Species:
Miliusa tomentosa
Author Name:
(Roxb.) J. Sinclair
synonyms:
Uvaria tomentosa Roxb., Saccopetalum tomentosum (R
Local Name:
Kulla
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
October-January
Habitat:
Hill forests.
Distribution:
Sylhet
Uses:
No Data
Description:

A tall tree, stem glabrous, leafy branches densely pubescent with grey, patent hairs. Leaves petiolate, petiole 4-6 mm long, shallowly grooved, not swollen, pubescent, lamina 5-17 × 3.5-12.0 cm, obtuse, rounded or truncate at the base, shortly decurrent along petiole, obtuse, or short-acuminate at the apex, thinly pubescent on upper surface, more densely so on midrib and lateral veins, softly velutinous beneath. Inflorescence racemiform. Flowers several, yellowish-green. Bracts several, often foliaceous, pubescent on both sides. Pedicel 1.7-9.0 cm long, very slender. Sepals c 5 mm long, lanceolate, tomentose. Outer petals 6-7 mm long, lanceolate, tomentose, inner petals twice as long as the outer ones, 4-5 mm wide, tomentose, reddish inside at the base. Carpels tomentose, containing several ovules, stigma capitate. Ripe carpels about 20, 1.5-2.2 cm in diameter, violet, globose, pubescent, long stipitate, stalk up to 2.5 cm long. Seeds up to 1.5 × 1.0 cm, greyish-brown.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
fissured
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
petiole:
petiolate
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
solitary
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
trimerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
valvate
fruit:
berry
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) 1
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Annonaceae
Genus:
Miliusa
Species:
Miliusa velutina
Author Name:
(Dunal) Hook.f. & Thom.
synonyms:
Uvaria velutina Dunal, Guatteria velutina (Dunal)
Local Name:
Gandhi-gajari
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
October-June
Habitat:
Deciduous forests
Distribution:
Dhaka, Gazipur, Tangail, Mymensingh and Sherpur.
Uses:
No Data
Description:

A deciduous tree, stem glabrous, young branches tomentose. Leaves petiolate, petiole 2-8 mm long, lamina 12-31 × 6.5-16.0 cm, broadly elliptic-ovate to obovate, cordate, acute to acuminate, tomentose, young leaves with silky hairs. Inflorescence extra-axillary or terminal on short lateral branches, 3-6 flowered. Pedicel 3.0-8.5 cm long, tomentose. Bracts tomentose. Sepals 2-8 × 1-4 mm, free, ovate, acute, densely golden tomentose outside. Outer petals 3-7 × 2-3 mm, lanceolate, acute, inner petals 7-18 × 6-10 mm, broadly ovate, subacute, both of them densely golden tomentose outside, receptacle convex, glabrous. Stamens 1 mm long, orbicular, connective tip membranous, locules equal, filaments short and thick, perpendicular to the anthers. Carpels 2-3 mm long, ovary densely woolly dorsally, stigma clavate. Monocarps 2.0 × 1.6 cm, many, ovoid, pilose. Seeds 1-2, 5-8 mm long, stipe tomentose.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
fissured
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
leaf persistence:
deciduous
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
solitary
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
trimerous
floral attachment:
polypetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
berry
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Annonaceae
Genus:
Mitrephora
Species:
Mitrephora maingayi
Author Name:
Hook.f. & Thom.
synonyms:
Mitrephora vandaeflora Kurz
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
December-April
Habitat:
Hill forests.
Distribution:
Chittagong
Uses:
No Data
Description:

A tree, stem glabrous, younger parts and branches tawny pubescent, bark dark-brown. Leaves on a short puberulous petiole, lamina 12-15 cm long, oblong or ovate-oblong to elliptical, rounded or acute at the base, acute or acuminate, chartaceous or almost coriaceous, either minutely puberulous on both sides or glossy above and minutely puberulous along the nerves beneath. Flowers 2.5 cm in diameter, rather conspicuous, arising from reduced lateral much scared and thick peduncles, usually in pairs or several. Peduncles 2.5 cm long, upwards thickened, tawny tomentose. Pedicel furnished below the calyx with a half-stem-clasping rounded bract. Sepals rotundate, densely tawny pubescent. Outer petals 3, linear-oblong, waved, slightly tawny pubescent outside, yellow, reddish-striped, the inner ones connivent with the claws, short and broad, puberulous outside, tomentose along the borders, yellow, white and red-dotted at the tip.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
fissured
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
spike
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
trimerous
floral attachment:
polypetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
berry
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Annonaceae
Genus:
Mitrephora
Species:
Mitrephora sp
Author Name:
No Data
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
No Data
Habitat:
No Data
Distribution:
No Data
Uses:
No Data
Description:

No Data

Key character:No Data

Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Annonaceae
Genus:
Mitrephora
Species:
Mitrephora tomentosa
Author Name:
Hook.f. & Thom.
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
December-April
Habitat:
Hill forests.
Distribution:
Chittagong
Uses:
No Data
Description:

A small tree, stem glabrous, branches tomentose. Leaves petiolate, petiole 3-5 mm long, lamina 6-15 × 3.5-7.5 cm, ovate or oblong-lanceolate, obtuse, acute or acuminate, glabrous and shining above except the hairy midrib, softly tomentose beneath, base rounded, finely reticulate beneath. Inflorescence of cymes, few-flowered, densely tomentose. Bracts basal, large, orbicular. Pedicel 5-10 mm long, bracteole submedian. Flowers shortly pedicelled, bisexual, leaf-opposed. Sepals broadly ovate, acute. Outer petals 2.3-2.5 cm long, acute, inner petals 3 × 3 mm, broadly ovate, distinctly clawed. Stamens numerous, c 0.1 cm long, connectives flat at the top. Carpels 3, sub-globose, tomentose, long-stalked, stalk 2.5-3.5 cm long.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
fissured
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
solitary
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
trimerous
floral attachment:
polypetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
berry
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Annonaceae
Genus:
Polyalthia
Species:
Polyalthia cerasoides
Author Name:
(Roxb.) Bedd.
synonyms:
Uvaria cerasoides Roxb.
Local Name:
Panjon
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
October-March
Habitat:
Hill forests.
Distribution:
Chittagong
Uses:
Timber is used for carpentry and shipping purposes
Description:

A small tree, stem glabrous, leafy branches densely pubescent with ascending hairs. Leaves petiolate, petiole 2-4 mm long, lamina 8-17 × 2.5-6.0 cm, narrowly elliptic or ovate, cordate or truncate, obtuse to acuminate, glabrous above and soft-pubescent beneath. Inflorescence axillary. Flowers solitary and green. Peduncle 1.0-2.7 cm long, bracteate in its lower third. Bracts 2-5 mm long, glabrous above and white pubescent beneath. Sepals 3-4 × 2-3 mm, triangular-ovate, densely pubescent beneath. Petals 4-8 mm long, ovate, inner petals slightly exceeding the outer ones. Stamens 1-2 mm long. Carpels numerous, densely pubescent, stigma clavate, shortly stipitate. Ripe carpels 5-7 mm long, numerous, roundish-ellipsoid, red, long stipitate, stalk 10-15 mm long, slender. Seed not separating from fruit wall.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
fissured
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
solitary
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
trimerous
floral attachment:
polypetalous
corolla aestivation:
valvate
fruit:
berry
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Annonaceae
Genus:
Polyalthia
Species:
Polyalthia jenkinsii
Author Name:
(Hook.f. & Thom.) Hook.f. & Thom.
synonyms:
Guatteria jenkensii Hook. f. & Thom.
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
August-June.
Habitat:
Hill forests.
Distribution:
Sylhet
Uses:
Wood is used for making house pole.
Description:

A spreading tree, branches glabrous. Leaves petiolate, petiole 5-7 mm long, lamina 10.0-17.5 × 3.5-6.0 cm, oblong, obovate, elliptic or lanceolate, base rounded, rarely suddenly cuneate, acuminate, shining above, pale beneath, pubescent along the nerves and midrib. Flowers 2.5-3.5 cm long, yellowish-green. Pedicels 1.2-3.5 cm long, erect. Bracts 2-3, scaly, median and an apical one oval and deciduous. Sepals 2-3 mm long, bluntly ovate, recurved, pubescent outside. Petals 2.5-3.0 cm long, linear-lanceolate, thinly coriaceous, inner ones shorter and narrower. Ripe carpels 10, 3.0-3.5 cm long, obovoid, glabrous, turning orange-red to blue-black in ripening, gradually narrowed to a stalk 2.5-5.0 cm long. Seed ovoid, grooved and transversely ribbed.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
fissured
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
solitary
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
trimerous
floral attachment:
polypetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
berry
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Annonaceae
Genus:
Polyalthia
Species:
Polyalthia longifolia
Author Name:
(Sonn.) Thw.
synonyms:
Uvaria longifolia Sonn., Unona longifolia (Sonn.)
Local Name:
Debdaru
English Name:
Mast Tree
Fruits & Flowering Period:
March-October
Habitat:
Plain lands.
Distribution:
Cultivated throughout the country.
Uses:
Planted along roadsides as an avenue tree and as a
Description:

An elegant tall tree, stem with dense leafy branches, young branches puberulous, soon glabrate. Leaves petiolate, petiole 5-8 mm long, lamina 14-22 × 3-6 cm, ovate-oblong or ovate-lanceolate, cuneate to cordate, strongly undulate, acuminate. Inflorescence short-peduncled or sessile raceme or umbel-like, flowers mostly numerous in axil. Pedicel 2-4 cm long, usually bracteate in the middle. Bracts c 1 mm long, tomentose. Sepals 1.5-1.8 mm long, triangular-ovate, tomentose outside. Outer petals 8-9 × 2-3 mm, narrowly lanceolate, acuminate, inner petals 10-12 × 2-3 mm. Stamens 0.8 mm long. Carpels tomentose at the apex, stigma sessile. Ripe carpels 4-8, 2.0-2.5 × 1.0-1.5 cm, purple, glabrous, stipitate, stalk 1.0-1.2 cm long. Seed 1.5-2.0 × 1.0-1.4 cm, solitary, pinkish or yellowish-white, readily separating from fruit wall.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
fissured
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
alternate
inflorescence:
umbel
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
trimerous
floral attachment:
polypetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
berry
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Annonaceae
Genus:
Polyalthia
Species:
Polyalthia obliqua
Author Name:
Hook.f. & Thom.
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
Arjan
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
April-September.
Habitat:
Hill forests.
Distribution:
Chittagong
Uses:
No Data
Description:

A small tree, stem glabrous, branches twigy, slender, young parts puberulous. Leaves petiolate, petiole 10-12 mm long, lamina 10-15 × 2.5-3.5 cm, linear to oblong-lanceolate, obtusely acuminate, base obliquely cordate, shining and glabrous on both surfaces, paler beneath. Peduncle 0.5-2.5 cm long. Bracts submedian. Flowers 10-12 mm across, axillary. Sepals orbicular. Petals 5-6 mm long, oblong, obtuse, subequal, thickly coriaceous, silky outside. Carpels filiform, dark brown, stalk 10-12 mm long.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
fissured
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
umbel
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
trimerous
floral attachment:
polypetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
berry
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Annonaceae
Genus:
Polyalthia
Species:
Polyalthia simiarum
Author Name:
(Hook.f. & Thom.) Hook.f. & Thom.
synonyms:
Guatteria simiarum Hook. f. & Thom.
Local Name:
Arjam
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
May-September
Habitat:
Hill forests.
Distribution:
Cox's Bazar and Chittagong districts and the Chitt
Uses:
The wood is useful for tea-chests. Bark fibres can
Description:

A tree, stem and branches glabrous. Leaves with petiole 5-7 mm long, lamina 10-22 × 5.0-12.5 cm, ovate-oblong or oblong-lanceolate, acuminate, shining above, pale beneath, membranous, pubescent along the nerves and midrib. Inflorescence in fascicles, on the old axils or on woody tubercles. Flowers 2.5-3.5 cm long, yellowish-green, spreading. Pedicels 1.2-3.5 cm long, naked above, slender. Bracts 1 or 2, scaly, basal. Sepals 2-3 mm long, bluntly ovate, recurved, pubescent outside. Outer petals 1.5-1.7 cm long, linear, puberulous, glabrous within, inner ones 2.5-2.7 cm long. Ripe carpels 10, 3.0-3.5 cm long, obovoid, glabrous, turning orange-red to blue-black in ripening, gradually narrowed to a stalk 2.5-5.0 cm long. Seed 2.5-2.7 × 1.3-1.4 cm, ovoid, grooved and transversely ribbed.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
fissured
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
umbel
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
trimerous
floral attachment:
polypetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
berry
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Annonaceae
Genus:
Polyalthia
Species:
Polyalthia sp
Author Name:
No Data
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
No Data
Habitat:
No Data
Distribution:
No Data
Uses:
No Data
Description:

No Data

Key character:No Data

Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Annonaceae
Genus:
Polyalthia
Species:
Polyalthia suberosa
Author Name:
(Roxb.) Thw.
synonyms:
Uvaria suberosa Roxb.
Local Name:
Barachali
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
March-January
Habitat:
Forests and hilly regions.
Distribution:
Throughout the country.
Uses:
Fruits are eaten. Decoction of roots is used in ab
Description:

A small tree, stem glabrous, leafy branches thick, densely to sparsely pubescent with age. Leaves petiolate, petiole 1-4 mm long, lamina 2-11 × 1.0-3.5 cm, narrowly obovate or oblong, rounded or truncate and strongly asymmetrical at the base, obtuse or abruptly short-acuminate, glabrous above except the midrib, sparsely pubescent beneath. Inflorescence usually arising half way in between two leaves, internodal or rarely leaf-opposed. Flowers solitary, yellowish-green, suffused with purple. Pedicel 1.2-2.5 cm long, with a bract in the middle. Bracts 1-3 mm long, triangular, pubescent outside. Sepals 1-2 × 1-2 mm, triangular, pubescent. Petals 3-6 mm long, pubescent outside, glabrous within, outer petals elliptic, acute, flat and spreading, inner petals longer than the outer ones, oblong, obtuse, curved, erect. Stamens 1 mm long. Carpels numerous, pubescent, stigma triangular, shortly stipitate. Fruitlets 18, 4-5 × 4-5 mm, nearly spherical, purple, pubescent to glabrous, long-stipitate, stalk 6-10 mm long, slender. Seeds 1 or 2.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
fissured
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
umbel
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
trimerous
floral attachment:
polypetalous
corolla aestivation:
valvate
fruit:
berry
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Annonaceae
Genus:
Sageraea
Species:
Sageraea listeri
Author Name:
King
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
Dhaman
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
May-October.
Habitat:
Evergreen hill forests
Distribution:
Chittagong and Rangamati.
Uses:
It yields a good timber suitable for making planks
Description:

A tree, stem glabrous, branches slender. Leaves 10.0-12.5 × 3.5-4.5 cm, elliptic-lanceolate, entire, acuminate. Inflorescence axillary. Sepals 3-5 mm long, ovate. Outer petals 5-7 mm long, ovate, entire, inner petals 10-11 mm long, concave. Stamens 9. Ripe carpels 2.5-2.7 cm long, broadly ovoid. Seeds about 12 in 2 rows.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
smooth
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
umbel
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
trimerous
floral attachment:
polypetalous
corolla aestivation:
valvate
fruit:
berry
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Annonaceae
Genus:
Sageraea
Species:
Sageraea sp
Author Name:
No Data
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
No Data
Habitat:
No Data
Distribution:
No Data
Uses:
No Data
Description:

No Data

Key character:No Data

Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) 16
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Apocynaceae
Genus:
Alstonia
Species:
Alstonia macrophylla
Author Name:
Wall. ex G. Don
synonyms:
Alstonia costata Wall., Alstonia macrophylla Wall.
Local Name:
Chhatim
English Name:
Devil Tree
Fruits & Flowering Period:
June-January
Habitat:
Forests and hilly regions.
Distribution:
Cultivated throughout the country.
Uses:
Decoction of root is anti-hypertensive, anti-chole
Description:

A tall tree. Leaves 3-4 in a whorl, petiole up to 2 cm long, lamina 15-30 × 4.5-9.5 cm, elliptic-lanceolate, sub-coriaceous, shining above, paler beneath, with 14-21 pairs of lateral nerves, membranous, glabrous above, densely pubescent beneath, base attenuate, abruptly short-acuminate at the apex. Inflorescence a terminal, many-flowered corymbose cyme, pubescent. Flowers small, white. Calyx campanulate, lobes 5, ovate, acute, pubescent, 0.5 mm long. Corolla cylindrical, glabrous outside, 5 mm long, mouth contracted, lobes rounded. Follicles numerous, slender, pendulous, up to 36 cm long.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
plated
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
whorl
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
panicle
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
pentamerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
follicle
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) 2
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Apocynaceae
Genus:
Alstonia
Species:
Alstonia neriifolia
Author Name:
D. Don
synonyms:
Blaberopus nerifolius A. DC.
Local Name:
Chhatim
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
July-December
Habitat:
Hill forests.
Distribution:
Chittagong
Uses:
The wood is used for making packing boxes, furnitu
Description:

A small tree. Leaves few in a whorl, coriaceous, pubescent beneath, lamina 10-20 × 1.5-3.0 cm, narrow. Cymes sub-umbellate. Flowers small. Calyx lobes triangular ovate, acute. Corolla tube up to 2.5 cm long, lobes oblong, obtuse. Follicles long, up to 18 cm long.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
plated
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
whorl
leaf venation:
palmate
inflorescence:
panicle
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
pentamerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
follicle
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) 6
Wood Density (WD) 1
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Apocynaceae
Genus:
Alstonia
Species:
Alstonia scholaris
Author Name:
(L.) R. Br.
synonyms:
Echites scholaris L., Nerium tinctorium Perr.
Local Name:
Chaile
English Name:
Devil's Tree
Fruits & Flowering Period:
November-May
Habitat:
Roadsides and homestead gardens, often occurs wild
Distribution:
Throughout the country.
Uses:
The wood is used for making packing boxes, furnitu
Description:

A tall tree. Leaves 5-10 in a whorl, petiole up to 1.7 cm long, lamina 9.5-24.5 × 5-6 cm, oblong-lanceolate, elliptic-oblong, glabrous, shining above, pale beneath with numerous lateral veins, midbrib prominent on the lower surface, lateral veins raised on both sides but more clearly on beneath, base cuneate or obtuse, apex obtuse or shortly acuminate, margin entire. Inflorescence umbellate cymes, branched, many-flowered, pubescent or tomentose, peduncles up to 2.5 cm long, pedicels up to 8 mm long, as long as or shorter than the calyx, bracts oblong or lanceolae, acute, pubescent. Flowers greenish-white, 6-12 mm long. Calyx 2 mm long, pubescent, persistent, lobes oblong, ovate, obtuse. Corolla tube cylindrical, 6 mm long, lobes 3-5 mm long, ovate, obtuse. Disc absent. Follicles pendulous, 20-40 cm long and 3-4 mm broad. Seeds obtuse at both ends.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
fissured
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
whorl
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
panicle
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
pentamerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
follicle
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Apocynaceae
Genus:
Alstonia
Species:
Alstonia sp
Author Name:
No Data
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
No Data
Habitat:
No Data
Distribution:
No Data
Uses:
No Data
Description:

No Data

Key character:No Data

Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Apocynaceae
Genus:
Carissa
Species:
Carissa carandas
Author Name:
L.
synonyms:
Carissa congesta Wight, Daminacanthus esquirolii L
Local Name:
Karamcha
English Name:
Christs Thorn
Fruits & Flowering Period:
March-November
Habitat:
Cultivated in the gardens.
Distribution:
Throughout the country.
Uses:
Fruit is astringent and antiscorbutic. Roots are c
Description:

A spinous, bushy shrub or small tree, with milky latex, spines usually simple, 1.0-2.5 cm long. Leaves sub-sessile, lamina 3.5-6.5 × 2.5-3.0 cm, obovate, elliptic or oblong, mostly widest above the middle, cuneate at the base, obtuse at the apex. Peduncle 1.5-2.0 cm long, pedicles about as long as the calyx or slightly longer. Flowers white, scentless. Calyx-lobes 2-3 mm long, puberulous externally. Corolla tube up to 1.8 cm long. Fruits almost 2 cm long, reddish-purple when ripe.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
smooth
bole:
branched
thorn:
present
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
cymose
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
pentamerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
drupe
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Apocynaceae
Genus:
Carissa
Species:
Carissa sp
Author Name:
No Data
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
No Data
Habitat:
No Data
Distribution:
No Data
Uses:
No Data
Description:

No Data

Key character:No Data

Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Apocynaceae
Genus:
Cerbera
Species:
Cerbera manghas
Author Name:
No Data
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
No Data
Habitat:
No Data
Distribution:
No Data
Uses:
No Data
Description:

No Data

Key character:No Data

Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Apocynaceae
Genus:
Cerbera
Species:
Cerbera odollam
Author Name:
Gaertn.
synonyms:
Cerbera manghas L., Tanghinia odollam (Gaertn.) G.
Local Name:
Amdakur
English Name:
Grey Milkwood, Sea Mango
Fruits & Flowering Period:
March-July
Habitat:
Coastal saline areas.
Distribution:
Khulna, Bagerhat, Satkhira, Chittagong and Cox's Bazar
Uses:
Known as a poisonous plant.
Description:

A small or medium-sized tree, branchlets whorled. Leaves glabrous, petiole 1.5-4.0 cm long, lamina 18.0-18.5 × 4.2-5.5 cm, obovate-lanceolate, widest above the middle, much tapering to the base, acute at the apex, slightly coriaceous. Cymes long peduncled, pedicels up to 3 cm long. Flowers glabrous. Calyx lobes 0.8-1.6 cm long, recurved, very acute. Corolla with a yellow eye, tube swollen just above the middle, 1.5-2.0 cm long, the lobes 2-3 cm long, filaments short, anthers included. Disc absent. Merocarp 5.5-8.0 cm in diameter, glabrous, green.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
exfoliating
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
cymose
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
pentamerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
drupe
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Apocynaceae
Genus:
Cerbera
Species:
Cerbera sp
Author Name:
No Data
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
No Data
Habitat:
No Data
Distribution:
No Data
Uses:
No Data
Description:

No Data

Key character:No Data

Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Apocynaceae
Genus:
Holarrhena
Species:
Holarrhena pubescens
Author Name:
Wall. ex G. Don
synonyms:
Nerium antidysentericum L., Echites antidysenteric
Local Name:
Dudhari
English Name:
Kurchi Tree, Conessi Tree, Bitter Oleander
Fruits & Flowering Period:
April-January
Habitat:
Secondary forests.
Distribution:
Throughout the country.
Uses:
Bark, seeds and leaves are medicinal. Bark and see
Description:

A small to medium-sized tree, bark whitish, smooth, branchlets slender, drooping, dark purplish-brown, glabrous. Leaves glabrous, sub-coriaceous, petiole short, lamina 10-12 × 4-8 cm, ovate, elliptic or elliptic-oblong, base rounded or cuneate, apex acute or acuminate, lateral nerves 10-16 pairs. Cymes terminal, corymbose, pedicles much longer than the calyx. Flowers white. Calyx lobes 2.2-3.5 mm long, unequal, linear-lanceolate, acuminate, deeply cleft, pubescent. Corolla tube puberulous outside, 1.0-1.4 cm long, lobes equalling the tube, oblong, twisted to the left. Stamens inserted near the base of the tube, filaments short, anthers not connivent with stigma. Disc absent. Carpels 2, distinct, style short, filiform, stigma oblong or fusiform, tip entire or somewhat 2-lobed, ovules many in each locule. Follicles 25-32 cm long, pendulous, glabrous, dotted, many-seeded. Seeds with a long brown coma.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
plated
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
cymose
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
pentamerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
follicle
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Apocynaceae
Genus:
Holarrhena
Species:
Holarrhena sp
Author Name:
No Data
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
No Data
Habitat:
No Data
Distribution:
No Data
Uses:
No Data
Description:

No Data

Key character:No Data

Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Apocynaceae
Genus:
Kopsia
Species:
Kopsia fruticosa
Author Name:
(Ker) A. DC.
synonyms:
Cerbera fruticosa Ker
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
Pink Kopsia
Fruits & Flowering Period:
May-January
Habitat:
Cultivated in the garden.
Distribution:
Dhaka
Uses:
No Data
Description:

A large shrub or small tree. Leaves opposite, 16-20 × 6-8 cm, lamina broadly elliptic, coriaceous, apex acuminate, base cuneate or acute, lateral nerves 10-13 pairs, glabrous. Cymes terminal. Flowers white or pink. Calyx small, lobes with glandular tips. Corolla salver-shaped, throat hairy, tube slender, up to 3.5 cm long, inflated. Stamens included, anthers acute. Disc of 2 glands opposite the carpels. Carpels 2, distinct, ovary villous. Fruit a drupe, with a large beaked appendage.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
fissured
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
cymose
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
pentamerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
drupe
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Apocynaceae
Genus:
Kopsia
Species:
Kopsia sp
Author Name:
No Data
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
No Data
Habitat:
No Data
Distribution:
No Data
Uses:
No Data
Description:

No Data

Key character:No Data

Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Apocynaceae
Genus:
Nerium
Species:
Nerium oleander
Author Name:
L.
synonyms:
Nerium indicum Mill., Nerium odorum Soland, Nerium
Local Name:
Karabi
English Name:
Oleander, Roseberry Spurge
Fruits & Flowering Period:
January-July
Habitat:
Cultivated in gardens.
Distribution:
Throughout the country.
Uses:
aspects: Cultivated as an ornamental plant. The pl
Description:

A rigid, evergreen shrub without milky latex. Leaves usually 3 in a whorl, petiole up to 9 mm long, lamina 9.5-18.0 × 2.0-3.5 cm, lanceolate, coriaceous, glabrous, lateral veins numerous. Cymes terminal or lateral between the petioles, dichasially branched, peduncles and pedicels hairy. Flowers red or white, fragrant. Calyx lobes lanceolate, acute. Corolla tube up to 1 cm long, cylindrical in the lower half and funnel-shaped in the upper half, with 5 licentiate scales in the throat, lobes slightly longer than the tube, obliquely obovate. Merocarp cylindrical, up to 12 cm long, splitting and dehiscent along the ventral suture. Seeds numerous, densely pilose, with a tuft of hairs at one end.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
fissured
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
opposite
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
cymose
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
pentamerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
drupe
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Apocynaceae
Genus:
Nerium
Species:
Nerium sp
Author Name:
No Data
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
No Data
Habitat:
No Data
Distribution:
No Data
Uses:
No Data
Description:

No Data

Key character:No Data

Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Apocynaceae
Genus:
Plumeria
Species:
Plumeria alba
Author Name:
L.
synonyms:
Plumeria hypoleuca Gasp.
Local Name:
Gorur-champa
English Name:
Pagoda Tree, White Frangipani, Noseay Tree
Fruits & Flowering Period:
May-November
Habitat:
Cultivated as an ornamental plant.
Distribution:
Throughout the country.
Uses:
The bark, leaves, flower buds and latex are used i
Description:

A small tree. Leaves simple, large, pubescent beneath, petiole up to 5.5 cm long, lamina 25-30 × 6-8 cm, linear-oblong, rounded at the base, apex acute or acuminate, margin revolute. Cymes terminal, peduncles 30-35 cm long. Flowers white with yellow centre, fragrant. Calyx small, eglandular, lobes short, rounded. Corolla salver-shaped, lobes oval-obovate. Follicles linear, smooth, up to 20 cm long.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
exfoliating
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
whorl
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
cymose
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
pentamerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
follicle
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Apocynaceae
Genus:
Plumeria
Species:
Plumeria obtusa
Author Name:
L.
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
Gorur-champa
English Name:
Pagoda Tree, Singapore Plumeria, Frangipani
Fruits & Flowering Period:
May-September
Habitat:
Cultivated in gardens.
Distribution:
Throughout the country.
Uses:
Cultivated in gardens and near temples for fragran
Description:

A small tree, bark rough, branches thick, cylindrical, glabrous. Leaves dark green and shining above, petiole up to 3.8 cm long, puberulous, lamina 24-34 × 6-9 cm, obovate to obovate-oblong, apex obtuse or rounded, pubescent beneath, thickly coriaceous, midrib prominent and thickened, lateral nerves numerous, tertiary venation strongly prominent. Cymes terminal, peduncles up to 35 cm long. Flowers white with a yellow throat, tinged with red, fragrant. Calyx small, lobe shortly rounded. Corolla salver-shaped, lobes spreading and slightly recurved. Stamens 5. Carpels 2. Follicles up to 15 cm long, cylindrical.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
exfoliating
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
leaf persistence:
deciduous
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
whorl
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
cymose
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
pentamerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
follicle
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Apocynaceae
Genus:
Plumeria
Species:
Plumeria rubra
Author Name:
L.
synonyms:
Plumeria acuminata Ait., Plumeria acutifolia Poir.
Local Name:
Gorur-champa
English Name:
Temple Tree, Frangipani
Fruits & Flowering Period:
May-September
Habitat:
Cultivated in gardens.
Distribution:
Throughout the country.
Uses:
Extensively cultivated in gardens and near temples
Description:

A small tree, bark rough, branches thick, cylindrical, glabrous. Leaves glabrous beneath, petiole up to 8 cm long, glabrous, lamina 28-34 × 8.3-11.2 cm, obovate, acute or acuminate at the apex, with conspicuous marginal veins, rather pale-green and opaque above. Cymes terminal, peduncles up to 17 cm long. Flowers dark red. Calyx 5-lobed. Corolla about 5-6 cm in diameter, tinged with pink or purple at least on the outside of the tube, lobes obliquely patent, pink with a yellow base. Stamens 5. Carpels 2. Follicles up to 25 × 3 cm.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
exfoliating
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
leaf persistence:
deciduous
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
whorl
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
cymose
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
pentamerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
follicle
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Apocynaceae
Genus:
Plumeria
Species:
Plumeria sp
Author Name:
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synonyms:
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Local Name:
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Fruits & Flowering Period:
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Habitat:
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Distribution:
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Uses:
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Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Apocynaceae
Genus:
Rauvolfia
Species:
Rauvolfia sp
Author Name:
No Data
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
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Fruits & Flowering Period:
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No Data
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Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Apocynaceae
Genus:
Rauvolfia
Species:
Rauvolfia vomitoria
Author Name:
Afz.
synonyms:
Rauvolfia senegambiae A. Decne., Rauvolfia stuhlam
Local Name:
Baro chand
English Name:
Poison Devils Pepper
Fruits & Flowering Period:
April-November
Habitat:
Cultivated and naturalized as forest tree.
Distribution:
Chittagong and Dhaka
Uses:
The root of Rauvolfia serpentina is hypnotic and s
Description:

A medium-sized tree. Leaves opposite, petiole 2-3 cm long, lamina 10-20 × 4.5 6.0 cm, elliptic-lanceolate, glabrous, pale beneath, glossy green above, cuneate at the base, acute at the apex. Cymes terminal or axillary, much branched, many-flowered, peduncles 13-15 cm long, pedicles 4 mm long. Flowers white. Calyx short, ovate-lanceolate. Corolla lobes overlapping to the left in buds. Stamens inserted in the middle of the corolla. Fruits ovate, 5 mm in diameter, red and black when ripe.

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Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
fissured
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
leaf persistence:
deciduous
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
opposite
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
cymose
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
pentamerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
drupe
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
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Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Apocynaceae
Genus:
Thevetia
Species:
Thevetia peruviana
Author Name:
(Pers.) K. Schum
synonyms:
Cerbera thevetia L., Cerbera peruviana Pers., Thev
Local Name:
China korobi
English Name:
Lucky Nut, Yellow Oleander
Fruits & Flowering Period:
Throughout the year
Habitat:
Cultivated in gardens or near temples.
Distribution:
Throughout the country.
Uses:
Seeds yield an oil which, when burnt gives a brigh
Description:

A large shrub or small tree, stem and branches glabrous, corky, lactiferous. Leaves crowded, spiral or alternate, subsessile, lamina 8-15 × 1 cm, linear-lanceolate, acute or shortly acuminate, attenuate at the base, bright green and shining, subcoriaceous, margin slightly recurved, midrib prominent, lateral nerves obscure. Cymes few-flowered, terminal, peduncle very short. Bracts variable, caducous, pedicels up to 2.8 cm long. Flowers yellow or orange, occasionally white, bracteoles deltoid-elongated, 2 mm long. Calyx lobes 1.0 × 0.5 cm, triangular, lanceolate, acute, glabrous, persistent. Corolla 5 cm long, tubular at the base, campanulate at the throat. Corona present at the opposite and above the stamens, pubescent. Disc thick, cup-shaped. Ovules 2 in each carpel, stigma broad, angular. Fruits somewhat rhomboid, 3 cm across, shinning black.

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Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
exfoliating
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
cymose
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
pentamerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
valvate
fruit:
follicle
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Apocynaceae
Genus:
Thevetia
Species:
Thevetia sp
Author Name:
No Data
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
No Data
Habitat:
No Data
Distribution:
No Data
Uses:
No Data
Description:

No Data

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Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) 1
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Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Apocynaceae
Genus:
Wrightia
Species:
Wrightia antidysenterica
Author Name:
No Data
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
No Data
Habitat:
No Data
Distribution:
No Data
Uses:
No Data
Description:

No Data

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Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
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Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Apocynaceae
Genus:
Wrightia
Species:
Wrightia arborea
Author Name:
(Dennst.) Mabb.
synonyms:
Periploca arborea Dennst., Wrightia tomentosa (Rox
Local Name:
Dudh-koraiya
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
May-January
Habitat:
Evergreen forests.
Distribution:
Sylhet, Mymensing, Chittagong and the Chittagong H
Uses:
Stem and root bark are considered an antidote to s
Description:

A medium-sized deciduous tree with profound milky latex, stem and branches tomentose. Leaves tomentose on both surfaces, petiole up to 9 mm long, lamina 10.0-19.5 × 5-6 cm, elliptic or ovate, elliptic-lanceolate, acuminate, base cuneate, margin thickly undulate, lateral nerves 8-16 pairs. Cymes terminal, corymbose, tomentose, pedicles 8-12 mm long. Bracts 5-6 mm long, ovate-lanceolate, acute, tomentose. Flowers white, turning yellow with unpleasant odour. Calyx tomentose, lobes short, 3 mm long, rounded, glandular within. Corolla tube about twice as long as the calyx, cylindrical, lobes linear or obovate-oblong, rounded or obtuse. Coronal scales variable, 5-10, orange in colour. Fruits 5-18 × 1.2 cm, cylindrical, pendulous. Seeds slender, beaked, coma twice or more as long as the seed, white, deciduous.

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Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
exfoliating
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
leaf persistence:
deciduous
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
opposite
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
cymose
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
pentamerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
valvate
fruit:
follicle
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed