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) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Sapindaceae
Genus:
Aesculus
Species:
Aesculus assamica
Author Name:
Griff.
synonyms:
Aesculus chuniana Hu & W. P. Fang, Aesculus lantsa
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
March-November
Habitat:
Wet forests, broad-leaved forests, semi-evergreen
Distribution:
Chittagong and Sylhet.
Uses:
No Data
Description:

Trees to 32 m tall, to 0.6 m d.b.h. Branchlets glabrous, subglabrous, or puberulent when young. Petiole 8-30 cm, glabrous, subglabrous, or puberulent; leaf blade 5-9-foliolate; petiolules 0.3-1.5 cm (leaflets rarely subsessile), glabrous, subglabrous, or sparsely puberulent and dark glandular when young; leaflet blades oblong-lanceolate to oblong-oblanceolate, rarely lanceolate to oblanceolate or narrowly so, (7-)12-35(-42) × (3-)5-18 cm, abaxially glabrous, or puberulent or pilose on veins when young, base cuneate or broadly so or rounded, margin crenulate to serrulate, apex acuminate to caudate; lateral veins in 17-30 pairs. Inflorescence pale yellow puberulent; peduncle 7-13 cm; thyrse cylindric, (22-)27-45 cm, 5-14 cm wide at base; branches 2-7 cm, 3-11-flowered; pedicels 3-7 mm. Flowers fragrant. Calyx 4-8 mm, abaxially gray or pale yellowish gray puberulent or finely gray velutinous. Petals 4, white or pale yellow, with purple or brown spots, sometimes orange toward base or claw reddish, unequal, 2 spatulate to oblong and 2 oblong-obovate or obovate, 13-22 × 3-7 mm, abaxially gray puberulent or velutinous. Stamens 5-7, 18-40 mm; filament glabrous; anther 1.5-3 mm. Style glabrous, subglabrous, sparsely puberulent, or tomentose. Capsule yellowish brown, ovoid to obovoid, subglobose, or depressed globose, 4.5-5 × 3-7.5 cm, dotted but smooth; pericarp 1.5-2 mm thick after drying. Seed usually 1, brown, globose, subglobose, or depressed globose, 3-7 cm in diam.

Photographs:

Key character:

bark texture:
fissured
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
present
leaf type:
compound
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
floral symmetry:
zygomorphic
floral type:
tetramerous
floral attachment:
polypetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
capsule
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) 5
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Sapindaceae
Genus:
Aesculus
Species:
Aesculus 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) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Sapindaceae
Genus:
Allophylus
Species:
Allophylus cobbe
Author Name:
(L.) Raeuschel
synonyms:
Ornitrophe glabra Roxb., Allophylus littoralis Blu
Local Name:
Chumigola gach
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
July-September
Habitat:
Coastal areas, shrubberies, under wet on dry condi
Distribution:
Sundarban, Cox's Bazar and Chittagong, Sylhet, the
Uses:
The plant is used as fuel wood. Fruit is eaten in
Description:

A shrub, up to 2.0-2.5 m tall, branches glabrous. Leaves 3-foliolate, very rarely 1-5 foliolate, petioles terete, base grooved or flattened, 2-4 cm long, 1-4 mm thick, petiolules present, leaflets ovate or obovate, 3-5 × 1.2-4.0 cm, terminal one larger than laterals, membranous or coriaceous, dark green above and pale green beneath, base cuneate, apex obtuse to rounded, margin entire or crenate, lateral nerves 6-8 pairs, joined near margin. Inflorescence axillary, solitary, erect, up to 8 cm long, raceme or thyrse, unbranched, glabrous, peduncles 2-4 cm long. Flowers in subsessile to short-stalked, many-flowered, umbel-like dichasial, bracts shorter than pedicels, subulate, slender. Sepals 4, green, 1.0-1.5 × 0.8-1.2 mm, entire to denticulate, glabrous. Petals nail-shaped to spathulate, white, glabrous. Stamens 8, subequal, exserted in male flowers, filaments sparsely woolly in the lower part, anthers 0.5 mm long. Disc saucer-shaped, usually lobed, glabrous, orange. Ovary deeply 3-lobed, lobes obovoid, sparsely to densely pilose, styles 0.7-1.0 mm long, stigmas 3-forked. Fruits mostly with one mericarp developed, globular, narrowed at the base, 4.5-8.0 × 3.5-8.0 mm, smooth, green when young, red when ripe, black to brown when dry.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
smooth
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
compound
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
pentamerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
valvate
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:
Sapindaceae
Genus:
Allophylus
Species:
Allophylus distachys
Author Name:
(DC.) Radlk.
synonyms:
Schmidelia distachya DC., Allophylus cobbe (DC.) f
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
May-December
Habitat:
Evergreen forests.
Distribution:
Chittagong, the Chittagong Hill Tracts.
Uses:
Plant is used as firewood and bigger size can be u
Description:

A small tree or large shrub, up to 10 m tall, bark grey. Leaves trifoliate, petioles 10-15 cm long, glabrous, petiolules 1 cm long, leaflets oblanceolate-elliptic, 8-15 × 4-8 cm, tip acuminate, base cuneate, oblique in lateral one, margin subentire or obscurely serrulate, lateral nerves 6-10 pairs, joined near margin. Inflorescence axillary, 2 in one axil, up to 20 cm long raceme or thyrse, glabrous, peduncles 4-6 cm long. Flowers in subsessile to short-stalked, many-flowered umbel-like dichasial cincini, bracts minute, subulate, slender. Sepals 4, greenish-white, 1-3 × 0.8-1.8 mm, entire to denticulate, glabrous. Petals nail-shaped to spathulate, white, glabrous. Stamens 8, subequal, exserted, filaments sparsely woolly in the lower part, anthers 0.5 mm long. Disc saucer-shaped, usually lobed, glabrous. Ovary deeply (2) 3-lobed, lobes obovoid, sparsely to densely pilose, styles 1.0-1.5 mm long, pilose, stigmas (2) 3-forked. Fruits mostly with one mericarp developed, cocci, 6 mm in diameter, red when ripe.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
fissured
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
compound
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
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:
Sapindaceae
Genus:
Allophylus
Species:
Allophylus 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:
Sapindaceae
Genus:
Dimocarpus
Species:
Dimocarpus longan
Author Name:
Lour.
synonyms:
Euphoria longan Lamk., Nephelium longan (Lamk.) Ca
Local Name:
Ashphal
English Name:
Eyeball Tree, Dragon’s Eye, Burdock
Fruits & Flowering Period:
June-January
Habitat:
Lowland rain forests.
Distribution:
The Chittagong Hill Tracts.
Uses:
The timber is hard, durable and takes a fine polis
Description:

A medium-sized to large tree, up to 40 m tall, trunk c 80 cm in diameter, twigs terete with 5 faint grooves, whitish to dark brown. Leaves 2-4 jugate, axial parts hairy, the young leaves reddish in colour but soon turn green, petioles 5-25 cm long, flattened above, petiolules 0.2-3.5 mm long, grooved above, leaflets elliptic to ovate-lanceolate, 5-40 × 2-15 cm, coriaceous, with or without naked glands, tomentose on the basal part of nerves, base equal or oblique or rounded, margin entire, apex obtuse to acuminate, midrib sunken above. Inflorescence 8-40 cm long, densely tufted tomentose, branches few to several, ascending, branchlets bearing subsessile or distinctly stalked 3-5 flowered cymes, bracts patent, oblong-ovate to narrowly lanceolate, 2-5 × 0.5-1.5 mm, pedicels 1-3 mm long. Flowers both male and bisexual, being found mingled on the same tree. Sepals 2-5 × 1-3 mm, hairy. Petals 5, broadly to narrowly spathulate, 2-5 × 1-2 mm, woolly both sides. Disc velutinous. Stamens 8, filaments 1-6 mm long, mostly woolly, anthers 0.6-1.5 mm long. Fruits pendulous, forming clusters rather like grapes, broadly ellipsoid to globular, 1-3 × 1-3 cm, smooth to warty or with spines, up to 1 cm long, glabrescent, containing a single large seed surrounded by a thin layer of white juicy pulp.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
fissured
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:
valvate
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:
Sapindaceae
Genus:
Dimocarpus
Species:
Dimocarpus 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:
Sapindaceae
Genus:
Dodonaea
Species:
Dodonaea 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:
Sapindaceae
Genus:
Dodonaea
Species:
Dodonaea viscosa
Author Name:
Jacq.
synonyms:
Ptelea viscosa L., Dodonaea burmanniana DC.
Local Name:
Paniaphul
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
Throughout the year
Habitat:
Sandy beaches or limestone rock in coastal vegetat
Distribution:
Sundarbans
Uses:
Wood is used for making tool handles, walking stic
Description:

A shrub or small tree, up to 15 m tall, heart wood dark brown, extremely hard, branchlets angular, young shoots more or less viscid with bright yellow resin. Leaves elliptic to obovate, 6-15 × 2-4 cm, papyraceous, apex rounded or minutely acuminate, nerves 4-8 mm apart, widely spreading, ending free, margin entire, base cuneate. Inflorescence 3-4 cm long, laxly and widely branched, 12-15 flowered, pedicels in fruits 1.0-1.5 cm long. Flowers bisexual. Sepals 3 or 4, elliptic, 2.0 × 1.5 mm, margin sparsely hairy, glabrous inside, the scar under the fruit strongly lobed. Stamens 5-7, scars distinct in fruits, filaments 0.2 mm long, anthers basally attached, 1.8 mm long, ciliate at the apex. Pistil 2, or rarely 3-locular, ovary flattened, ellipsoid, 1 × 1 mm, glabrous, styles columnar, 2-3 mm long, stigmas irregularly lobed. Fruits inflated, reniform-cordate, 8-12 × 10-15 mm, membranous, yellowish to light brown, glabrous, wing at the middle of the fruit, 2-4 mm wide, membranous. Seeds opaque, dark brown or black, with a thickened funicle.

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:
pentamerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
valvate
fruit:
samara
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:
Sapindaceae
Genus:
Filicium
Species:
Filicium decipiens
Author Name:
(Wight & Arn.) Thw
synonyms:
Rhus decipiens Wight & Arn., Pteriodophyllum decip
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
Fern Tree
Fruits & Flowering Period:
August-February
Habitat:
Highland where it is planted.
Distribution:
Cultivated elsewhere.
Uses:
The plant is cultivated as ornamental tree. Timber
Description:

A handsome evergreen tree, attains a fair size, bark blackish and flakes off in small pieces to show a reddish-brown colour beneath, young parts covered with scaly hairs, branches with large, prominent leaf scars. Leaves alternate, paripinnate, 5-jugate, rachis broadly winged between each pair of leaflets, wings narrowing towards the base, leaflets 12-16, narrowly elliptic, 10-15 × 3-5 cm, glabrous, shiny, lateral nerves many, straight, scalariform. Inflorescence in erect, narrow, axillary to pseudoterminal panicles, 15-20 cm long. Flowers unisexual, numerous, minute. Sepals 5, equal, ovate, ciliate, with scaly hairs outside. Petals 5, elliptic, as long as sepals, ciliate. Disc flat, 5-lobed, complete, densely pilose. Stamens 5, glabrous, exserted in male flowers. Ovary compressed, globose, finely hairy at the base, bilocular, rudimentary in male flowers, styles short, stigmas 2-lobed, one ovule per locule. Drupes egg-shaped, 1-seeded, smooth, glabrous, thin-walled, turning purple when ripe. Seeds without fleshy structure.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
fissured
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:
valvate
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:
Sapindaceae
Genus:
Filicium
Species:
Filicium 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:
Sapindaceae
Genus:
Harpullia
Species:
Harpullia arborea
Author Name:
(Blanco) Radlk.
synonyms:
Ptelea arborea Blanco, Harpullia imbricata Thw., H
Local Name:
Puli Pitha Gachh
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
Throughout the year
Habitat:
Well-drained primary rain forests, secondary fores
Distribution:
Rangamati.
Uses:
Wood is used for house building, furniture, plywoo
Description:

A tree or very rarely a shrub, up to 30 m high, young parts densely hirsute. Leaves 2-6 jugate, petioles 5-15 cm long, petiolules 3-8 mm long, hairy, leaflets ovate to elliptic, 5-30 × 2-10 cm, base oblique with upper half cordate or both sides acute or symmetrical and acute to rounded, apex acute to acuminate, glabrous above but sparsely hairy on nerves, nerves 0.7-2.0 cm apart, above flat. Inflorescence axillary to ramiflorous or cauliflorous, hairy, ramified only near the base into several axes of about the same length, 17-35 cm long, in fruits up to 60 cm long, pedicels in fruits 1-3 cm long. Sepals equal, ovate to obovate, 5-10 × 3-5 mm. Petals clawed, claw 3-7 mm long, white, outside glabrous or sparsely hairy, margin ciliate. Disc sparsely to densely hairy. Stamens 5 or rarely 7, filaments 1.0-1.5 cm long, anthers 2.0-2.5 mm long. Pistil 2-4 locular, styles 1.5-2.0 cm long, ovules 1 or 2 per locule. Fruits 1.5-3.0 × 2.5-6.7 cm, stipe up to 7 mm long, lobes spreading, slender, ellipsoid to globular, outside prominently veined to smooth, red to orange, sparsely hairy, wall thin, chartaceous to woody, inside reddish, sparsely hairy to glabrous. Seeds 1 or 2 per locule, black, brown or dark purple, sarcotesta up to 2.5 mm wide, orange.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
fissured
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:
valvate
fruit:
capsule
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:
Sapindaceae
Genus:
Harpullia
Species:
Harpullia cupanioides
Author Name:
Roxb.
synonyms:
Harpullia rupestris Blume, Harpullia confusa Blume
Local Name:
Juribisi
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
February-October
Habitat:
Rain forests, slopes and ridges, riverbanks and be
Distribution:
Chittagong, the Chittagong Hill Tracts.
Uses:
The timber is used for making furniture, building
Description:

A tree, up to 30 m tall. Leaves 3-6 jugate, petioles up to 20 cm long, petiolules 5-10 mm long, glabrous, leaflets ovate to elliptic to obovate, 5-20 × 2-10 cm, base symmetrical to oblique, rounded, apex acute to acuminate, glabrous or very sparsely hairy on the midrib, nerves 1-3 cm apart. Inflorescence axillary, erect or pendulous, solitary, 5-50 cm long, hairy, sparsely or widely branched, bearing many flowers, bracts small. Flowers fragrant. Sepals elliptic to sub-orbicular, 3-6 × 2-4 mm, persistent in fruits, hairy. Petals oblong-obovate to oblanceolate, 5-10 × 2-3 mm, white to creamy (rarely yellow, greenish or pink), glabrous. Disc complete, velvety. Stamens 5, rarely 6, filaments 2-3 mm long, white, anthers yellow, 2-3 mm long. Pistil 2-locular, ovary light green, yellow or reddish-brown, styles 2-6 mm long, ovule 1 per locule. Fruits kidney-shaped, broadly ovoid or obovoid, 1-2 × 1-3 cm, base truncate, stipe 1-3 mm long, apex apiculate, wall leathery to woody, inside red, outside velvety hairy, brown. Seeds shining brown to black, with a bright glossy-red arillode.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
fissured
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
petiole:
petiolate
leaf type:
compound
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
panicle
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
pentamerous
corolla aestivation:
valvate
fruit:
capsule
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:
Sapindaceae
Genus:
Harpullia
Species:
Harpullia cupanoides
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:
Sapindaceae
Genus:
Harpullia
Species:
Harpullia 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:
Sapindaceae
Genus:
Lepisanthes
Species:
Lepisanthes andamanica
Author Name:
King
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
Chagoler bori
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
April-July
Habitat:
Evergreen rain forests.
Distribution:
Sylhet
Uses:
No Data
Description:

A small tree, up to 10 m high, branchlets terete, glabrous or variably fulvous to ferrugineous hairy. Leaves alternate, paripinnate, 2-3 jugate, petioles 5-15 cm long, petiolules 2-7 mm long, leaflets opposite, oblong-lanceolate, 8-10 × 2-4 cm, chartaceous, glabrous, base slightly oblique, apex tapering to abruptly acuminate, margin entire, lateral veins 8-10 pairs, distinct on under surface, with axillary glands on some pairs. Inflorescence axillary or terminal pubescent panicles, 5-30 cm long, hairy, long pedunculate, the ultimate branches with 1-3 flowers, bracts ovate-lanceolate to subulate, up to 5 mm long, pedicels up to 6 mm long. Flowers white or greenish or pink, 7-10 mm across, sweet-scented. Sepals 5, imbricate, free, outer 2 ovate to suborbicular, 3-7 × 2-6 mm, densely ciliolate, inside glabrous, inner 3 elliptic to orbicular, ovate to obovate, 2-6 × 1.8-5.0 mm, margin mostly narrow, petaloid. Petals 4 or 5, 3-8 mm long, claw 0.5-3.0 mm long, blade elliptic-oblong to ovate, 1.5-4.0 mm wide, more or less dentate in the upper part, shaggy hairy at the claw, inside glabrous, scale mostly well-developed, entire to deeply 2-4 lobed, glabrous. Stamens 8, filaments 1.5-4.5 mm long, densely woolly, anthers elliptic to oblong, 1.0-2.5 mm long, connectives broad and obtuse, woolly to glabrous. Ovary and lower part of styles densely hairy, ovary sessile, (2) 3-celled, styles apical, as long as ovary, stigmas globular or dome-shaped, ovule 1 per locule. Fruits drupaceous, trigonous, turbinate, c 1 cm long, septa never interrupted. Seeds brown, testa papery, probably partly fleshy when fresh.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
fissured
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:
valvate
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:
Sapindaceae
Genus:
Lepisanthes
Species:
Lepisanthes rubiginosa
Author Name:
(Roxb.) Leenh.
synonyms:
Sapindus rubiginosus Roxb., Sapindus edulis Blume,
Local Name:
Baraharina
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
November-May
Habitat:
Dry as well as wet deciduous forests, secondary fo
Distribution:
Throughout the country.
Uses:
The timber is said to be valuable where the tree s
Description:

A shrub or a small tree, up to 16 m tall, branchelets terete, grooved, densely hairy when young. Leaves 3-6 jugate, often with pseudoterminal leaflets, velvety at the young stage, petioles terete, 7-12 cm long, densely hairy, glabrous later, petiolules up to 1 cm long, leaflets elliptic to lanceolate, 6-20 × 4-11 cm, greyish-green above, yellowish-green to reddish-brown beneath, velvety in both sides, rounded to cuneate at the base, acute to acuminate at the apex, often mucronulate, lateral nerves 8-12 on both sides. Inflorescence 25-40 cm long, densely tomentose, branches often long, sessile to short-stalked cymes bearing few to many flowers. Flowers sweet-scented. Sepals 5, orbicular-ovate, slightly concave, green, ciliate, outer two 1.2-2.2 × 1.2-2.0 mm, acute, inner three 1.8-2.8 × 2-3 mm, obtuse. Petals 4 or 5, claw 0.5-1.0 mm long, blade 2-4 × 1.5-2.2 mm, white to yellowish, long ciliate in the upper part of the claw, sparsely hairy in the blade, scale quadrangular, 1.5-3.0 mm long. Filaments flattened, white hairy, anthers oblong-ovate, glabrous, 0.8 mm long. Ovary 3-lobed, 1.2-1.8 × 2.0-2.2 mm, densely appressed hairy, style cylindrical, 2.2 mm long, obscurely 3-lobed. Fruits 1-3 lobed, 8-13 × 2.0-2.3 mm, dark purple to nearly black when ripe, subglabrous, endocarp thin but hard. Seeds oblong-ellipsoid, 9-11 × 4 mm.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
fissured
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:
valvate
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:
Sapindaceae
Genus:
Lepisanthes
Species:
Lepisanthes senegalensis
Author Name:
(Poir.) Leenh.
synonyms:
Sapindus senegalensis Juss. ex Poir., Scytalis dan
Local Name:
Ambruj
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
July-April
Habitat:
Grows under periodically dry as well as wet condit
Distribution:
Throughout the country.
Uses:
The wood is hard, heavy and durable, and used for
Description:

A shrub or a small tree, up to 10 m tall, young parts densely or sparsely hairy, twigs terete, greyish to brown or black, smooth or verrucose by many small, orbicular lenticels. Leaves simple, leaflets elliptic to lanceolate, widest above the middle, 7-35 × 2-15 cm, chartaceous to subcoriaceous, greyish-green above, yellowish-green to light brown beneath, base acute to obtuse, subcordate in sessile leaves, obtuse to mucronulate at the apex, lateral nerves 7-20 per side, looped and joined at some distance from margin. Inflorescence subglabrous, few to several fascicled, simple or sparsely branched racemes or thyrse, up to 60 cm long, cymes distant, short-stalked, 3-flowered, pedicels 1-6 mm long. Flowers fragrant, female one develop first. Sepals 5 (rarely 4), dark red, concave, outer 2 oblong-ovate to orbicular, rounded at the apex, 1-3 × 1.0-1.2 mm, margin crenulate, inner 3 up to 4 × 3 mm, petaloid. Petals 5 (rarely 4), greenish-white, imbricate, short clawed to sessile, blade elliptic to oblong, 2.5-4.5 × 1-2 mm, entire, rounded, glabrous, scale minute to two-fifth length of the blade, simple to deeply bilobed. Disc entire, annular to saucer-shaped. Stamens (5) 7, filaments flattened, 1-4 mm long, white, woolly, anthers elliptic to ovate, 1-2 mm long, light yellow, old one purple, connectives apiculate. Ovary (2) 3-lobed, stiff hairy, styles cylindrical, 1-2 mm long, straight or curved, stigmas decurrently half way down the styles. Fruits 2-lobed, sessile or stipe up to 2 mm long, lobes ellipsoid to globular, 8-15 × 5-15 mm, smooth, red to black when ripe. Seeds ovoid to globular, 7-8 × 6-7 mm, testa shining brown to black.

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:
valvate
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:
Sapindaceae
Genus:
Lepisanthes
Species:
Lepisanthes 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:
Sapindaceae
Genus:
Lepisanthes
Species:
Lepisanthes tetraphylla
Author Name:
(Vahl) Radlk.
synonyms:
Sapindus tetraphylla Vahl, Lepisanthes montana Blu
Local Name:
Harina
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
March-July
Habitat:
Primary and secondary forests, riverbanks and open
Distribution:
Sylhet, Chittagong, Cox's Bazar and the Chittagong
Uses:
The wood is white, fairly soft and even grained an
Description:

A large shrub or a medium-sized tree, up to 20 m tall, branchlets terete, glabrous or variably fulvous to ferrugineous hairy, greyish-brown. Leaves paripinnate, 2-10 jugate, petioles 5-50 cm long, petiolules 2-25 mm long, leaflets opposite, lanceolate to elliptic, ovate to obovate, 10-50 × 4-15 cm, chartaceous, glabrous or hairy, base slightly oblique, acute to rounded or subcordate, apex tapering to abruptly acuminate. Inflorescence 5-60 cm long, hairy, long pedunculate, often ramiflorus cymes, sessile or short stalked, up to c 7-flowered, bracts ovate-lanceolate to subulate, up to 5 mm long, pedicels up to 6 mm long. Flowers white or greenish or pink, sweet-scented. Sepals 5, imbricate, free, outer 2 ovate to suborbicular, 1.2-7.0 × 1.2-6.0 mm, densely ciliolate, inside glabrous, inner 3 elliptic to orbicular, ovate to obovate, 2.2-6.2 × 1.8-6.0 mm, margin mostly narrow. Petals 4 or 5, 2.2-10.0 mm long, claw 0.5-3.0 mm long, blade elliptic to oblong to ovate, 1.2-4.0 mm wide, more or less dentate in the upper part, shaggy hairy at the claw, inside glabrous, scale mostly well-developed, entire to deeply 2-4 lobed, glabrous. Stamens 8, rarely 6 or up to 15, filaments 1.5-6.5 mm long, densely woolly, anthers elliptic to oblong, 0.8-2.5 mm long, connectives broad and obtuse, woolly to glabrous. Ovary and lower part of styles densely hairy, ovary sessile, lobed, 2-3 celled, ovule 1 per cell, styles apical, as long as ovary, stigmas globular or dome-shaped. Fruits green when young, later yellowish-grey or greyish-pink, flattened ellipsoid or subglobular, velvety, slightly lobed, 1.5-5.0 cm in diameter, septa never interrupted. Seeds brown, testa papery, probably partly fleshy when fresh.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
smooth
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:
valvate
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:
Sapindaceae
Genus:
Litchi
Species:
Litchi chinensis
Author Name:
Sonn.
synonyms:
Nephelium litchi Cambess.
Local Name:
Lichu
English Name:
Litchi
Fruits & Flowering Period:
April-June
Habitat:
Fertile, compact, moist soil at low altitude.
Distribution:
Cultivated throughout the country.
Uses:
Pulp of the fruit is eaten raw, different kind of
Description:

An evergreen, medium-sized tree, up to 35 m tall and 1 m in girth, branchlets greyish-brown, terete, smooth or lenticellate. Leaves 2-4 jugate, petioles swollen and slightly hollowed at the base, 1-7 cm long, glabrous, petiolules swollen at the base, grooved above, leaflets elliptic or obovate, 5-12 × 2-6 cm, glaucous above, glabrous beneath, base equal-sided to slightly oblique, acute to attenuate, margin entire, slightly recurved, tip acute to acuminate, midrib narrowly grooved above. Inflorescence 15-30 cm long with few long erecto-patent branches, ferrugineous-strigose. Flowers greenish or yellowish, fragrant. Calyx 4-merous, 1.5-2.0 mm long. Petals absent or very inconspicuous. Disc variably hairy or glabrous. Stamens 6 (-10), filaments 2.5 mm long, densely hairy, filiform, anthers elliptic, apiculate. Pistils 0.5-1.0 mm long, stipitate, ovary densely warty, styles terete. Fruits globose or ovoid, juicy, 3.5 × 3.0 cm, bright red or purplish when ripe, variably warty or nearly smooth, 1-seeded. Seeds ellipsoid, 2.0 × 1.5 cm, testa shining black or dark brown, hilum basal, circular, arillode white, light yellow or pinkish, up to 5 mm thick when fresh.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
smooth
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:
valvate
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:
Sapindaceae
Genus:
Litchi
Species:
Litchi 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:
Sapindaceae
Genus:
Mischocarpus
Species:
Mischocarpus pentapetalous
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:
Sapindaceae
Genus:
Mischocarpus
Species:
Mischocarpus pentapetalus
Author Name:
(Roxb.) Radlk.
synonyms:
Schleichera pentapetala Roxb., Mischocarpus sumatr
Local Name:
Jugga horina
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
Throughout the year
Habitat:
Evergreen hill forests
Distribution:
Moulvibazar, Sylhet, Chittagong, and the Chittagon
Uses:
The timber is hard and durable, and used for const
Description:

A shrub or a medium-sized tree, up to 15-20 m tall, puberulous on young parts and especially in the inflorescence, brownish ferruginous. Leaves 2-5 jugate, petioles 3-20 cm long, petiolules 3-12 mm long, leaflets ovate to elliptic, 7-35 × 2-8 cm, base rounded, midrib above prominent, angular, lateral nerves 9-20 per side, veins reticulate. Inflorescence axillary or pseudo-terminal, main axis up to 40 cm long, secondary axis up to 20 cm long, cymules up to 11 mm long, bracts triangular, 6.0 × 1.5 mm. Calyx hardly connate, lobes triangular to ovate, 0.7-2.0 × 1-2 mm, subcoriaceous to fleshy, sometimes 1 to 3 nerves visible, outside puberulous to pubescent. Petals 5, usually unequal, ovate to elliptic, minute, 2 × 1 mm, glabrous or pubescent, usually auriculate. Disc annular, 1-2 mm in diameter, sometimes irregularly lobed. Stamens 7 or 8, 3-4 mm long, filaments puberulous, anthers papillate, sparsely pubescent or glabrous. Pistil puberulous. Fruits 1.0-2.5 cm long, glabrous, stipe up to 12 mm long, seed bearing part globose to elliptic to obovoid, triangular to triquetrous in cross section, 0.4-1.3 cm in diameter, inside glabrous, endocarp incomplete to complete. Seeds ellipsoid to globose, 8-12 mm long.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
fissured
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:
valvate
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:
Sapindaceae
Genus:
Mischocarpus
Species:
Mischocarpus 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:
Sapindaceae
Genus:
Sapindus
Species:
Sapindus saponaria
Author Name:
L.
synonyms:
Sapindus mukorossi Gaertn., Sapindus saponaria L.
Local Name:
Ritha
English Name:
Soap Nut Tree
Fruits & Flowering Period:
October-April
Habitat:
Open secondary forests.
Distribution:
Cultivated in gardens.
Uses:
The fibers of inner bark are used for making ropes
Description:

A medium-sized, deciduous tree, up to 15 m tall and 1 m in girth, bark dark or pale grey, somewhat rough, exfoliating in irregular woody scales. Leaves 1-5 jugate, up to 40 cm long, petioles terete to triangular, marginated to winged, 2-5 cm long, hardly to distinctly swollen at the base, leaflets subopposite, elliptic to lanceolate, 6-16 × 3-6 cm, chartaceous, glabrous, base oblique, apex emarginate, lateral nerves 10-15 pairs. Inflorescence up to 25 cm long, panicle densely fulvous tomentose. Flowers regular, cream-white. Sepals orbicular to broadly ovate, concave, ciliolate, outer one 1.0-1.2 mm in diameter, inner two 1.5-2.0 mm in diameter. Petals 5, purple, oblong-ovate to ovate, 1.5-2.5 × 1.0-1.2 mm, nearly glabrous outside, short clawed with 2 scales at the top of claw, bearded with long white woolly hairs, margin woolly ciliate. Disc annular, glabrous. Stamens 8, long exserted, filaments 0.5-1.0 mm long, hairy, anthers 0.5-1.0 mm long, glabrous. Pistil glabrous, 2 mm long. Drupes solitary or in pair, fleshy, subglobuar, 1.0-1.2 cm in diameter, glabrous. Seeds subglobular, 0.8-1.0 cm in diameter.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
smooth
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:
valvate
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:
Sapindaceae
Genus:
Sapindus
Species:
Sapindus 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) 1
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Sapindaceae
Genus:
Schleichera
Species:
Schleichera oleosa
Author Name:
(Lour.) Oken.
synonyms:
Pistacia oleosa Lour., Schleichera trijuga Willd.,
Local Name:
Kusum
English Name:
Ceylon Oak, Gum Tree, Honey Tree
Fruits & Flowering Period:
March-November
Habitat:
Moist regions subject to a dry period.
Distribution:
Cultivated in gardens.
Uses:
The timber is very hard and durable, and used for
Description:

A medium-sized to large tree, up to 40 m tall, trunk up to 2 m in diameter, branches terete, black when young, later yellowish-brown, young parts sparsely or fulvous hairy. Leaves 2-4 jugate, young leaves deep purple, petioles terete, flattened or grooved above, 2-6 cm long, pulvinate, rhachis tri-angular, petiolules swollen, 1-3 mm long, leaflets elliptic to obovate, 4-25 × 3-9 cm, coriaceous, dark brown or greyish-green above, light brown to greenish beneath, glabrous, base subacute to cuneate, often oblique, margin entire, apex obtuse or emerginate, lateral nerves 12-15 pairs or more, looped and joined near margin. Inflorescence 6-15 cm long, sparsely hairy. Flowers pale yellow or pale green. Sepals ovate to deltoid, 1.5 mm long, obtuse to acute, hairy on both sides, margin ciliate, deciduous in fruits. Filaments 2 mm long, sparsely hairy, anthers broadly elliptic, 0.7 mm long, emarginate at the apex. Pistil strongly reduced in male flowers, ovary ovoid, slightly triangular, c 1.5 mm long, styles rather thick, 1.0-1.5 mm long. Fruits broadly ovoid to sub-globular, 15 × 13 mm when 1-seeded or transversely ellipsoid, slightly flattened, bi-lobed, 17-20 × 18 mm when 2-seeded, narrowed at the base, pointed at the apex, yellow. Seeds subglobular, 12 × 10, hilum orbicular, testa dull brown, smooth and glabrous, arils yellow.

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:
valvate
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:
Sapindaceae
Genus:
Schleichera
Species:
Schleichera 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:
Sapindaceae
Genus:
Xerospermum
Species:
Xerospermum laevigatum
Author Name:
Radlk.
synonyms:
Xerospermum acuminatum Radlk., Xerospermum unijugu
Local Name:
Bonlichu
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
February-December
Habitat:
Primary evergreen rain forests.
Distribution:
The Chittagong Hill Tracts.
Uses:
The fruit is occasionally eaten. The timber is use
Description:

A small tree, up to 15 m tall. Leaves paripinnate, 2-jugate, petioles 4-7 cm long, leaflets oblong to elliptic, 4-15 × 2-6 cm, glabrous, base acute, apex acute to slightly acuminate, margin entire, nerves 5-7 pairs, joined near margin, petiolules 3-10 mm long. Inflorescence 5-15 cm long, bearing several lax and often several flowered cymes, the lower long stalked, consisting of a central flower and many-flowered monochasial branches, the upper sessile and monochasial forming dense cluster branches, flowers glabrescent, bracts deltoid to lanceolate, 1.5 mm long, sparsely hairy, deciduous, pedicels 1.5-5.0 mm long. Flowers 5-merous. Sepals free, equal, ovate to obovate, 1.5-2.8 × 1.4-2.5 mm, ciliate or glabrous. Petals obovate to spathulate, 1-3 × 0.5-1.0 mm, bigger in male than that in female flowers. Disc uninterrupted, yellow. Stamens 8, filaments 2-5 mm long, woolly in the lower half, anthers 0.5-1.0 mm long, glabrous. Fruits oblong-ellipsoid, 2-3 × 1.5-2.0 cm, densely warty, orange to pink, 1-seeded, pedicels in fruits slightly swollen. Seeds ellipsoid or ovate, 10-12 × 4-5 mm, chocolate-coloured, glabrous, arillate, aril yellow, thin.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
smooth
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:
valvate
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:
Sapindaceae
Genus:
Xerospermum
Species:
Xerospermum noronhianum
Author Name:
(Blume) Blume
synonyms:
Euphoria noronhiana Blume, Euphoria xerocarpa Blum
Local Name:
Bonlichu
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
Throughout the year
Habitat:
Evergreen rain forests.
Distribution:
The Chittagong Hill Tracts.
Uses:
Fruit is edible. Timber is used for making boxes a
Description:

A medium-sized tree, up to 25 m tall. Leaves paripinnate, 2-3 jugate, petioles 2-7 cm long, glabrous to pubescent, petiolules 2-12 mm long, leaflets elliptic, 15-20 × 8-12 cm, coriaceous, gland dotted, base obtuse to acute, apex rounded to acuminate, nerves ending free. Inflorescence up to 25 cm long if solitary, 5-6 cm if tufted, all branches bearing few to many sessile or subsessile, few to several flowered cymes and solitary flower at the apex. Flowers 4-merous, bracts lanceolate to deltoid, 1.5 mm long, sparsely hairy, pedicels c 2 mm long. Sepals free or slightly connected, outer 2 smaller than inner ones, ovate to obovate, 1-2 × 1.0-2.4 mm, glabrous, ciliate. Petals obovate to broadly spathulate, 1-3 × 0.5-1.5 mm, short to long clawed with an ovate to elliptic blade. Disc uninterrupted. Stamens 8 or rarely 9, filaments 1.5-2.5 mm long, woolly, anthers 0.4-0.8 mm long, glabrous. Fruit lobes ellipsoid to subglobular, 2-5 × 1-4 cm, aculeate to tuberculate, red or dark brown, wall corky or woody, pedicels in fruits strongly swollen, 4-7 mm thick.

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Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
smooth
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:
valvate
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:
Sapotaceae
Genus:
Chrysophyllum
Species:
Chrysophyllum cainito
Author Name:
L.
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
Star apple
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
May-September
Habitat:
Plain lands and also high lands.
Distribution:
Cultivated in gardens.
Uses:
Fruit is eaten. Timber is used in making furniture
Description:

Trees up to 20 m high, branches glabrescent. Leaves oblong-obovate, petiolate. Inflorescence 5-30-flowered, axillary. Flowers small, pedicellate. Bracteoles circular. Calyx 5-lobed, lobes ovate, apex obtuse to rounded, hairy within. Corolla 5-lobed, lobes ovate, margins glabrous. Stamens 5; filaments deltoid, anthers ovoid; staminode absent. Ovary ferruginous-villous, 7-10-locular; style glabrous, stigma 7-10-lobed. Fruit globose, purplish-brown, glabrous, 4-8-seeded. Seeds obovate.

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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:
solitary
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
tetramerous
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:
Sapotaceae
Genus:
Chrysophyllum
Species:
Chrysophyllum roxburghii
Author Name:
G.Don
synonyms:
Donella roxburghii (G. Don) Pirre
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
May-November
Habitat:
Lowland forests and swamps.
Distribution:
Cultivated elsewhere.
Uses:
Fruit is edible. Timber is used for making furnitu
Description:

It grows as a tree up to 30 metres (100 ft) tall, with a trunk diameter of up to 40 cm (16 in). The bark is grey to dark brown. Inflorescences bear up to 45 flowers. The fruit are brownish to purplish black, ripening yellow, round, up to 4 cm (2 in) in diameter.

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:
valvate
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:
Sapotaceae
Genus:
Chrysophyllum
Species:
Chrysophyllum 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:
Sapotaceae
Genus:
Donella
Species:
Donella roxburghii
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:
Sapotaceae
Genus:
Donella
Species:
Donella 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:
Sapotaceae
Genus:
Madhuca
Species:
Madhuca longifolia
Author Name:
(Koenig) MacBride
synonyms:
Bassia longifolia Koenig, Madhuca indica Gmel., Ba
Local Name:
Mohua
English Name:
Butter Tree, The Mahua Tree
Fruits & Flowering Period:
March-August
Habitat:
Plain lands and also high lands.
Distribution:
Cultivated throughout the country.
Uses:
Stem bark is used in the treatment of leprosy. Flo
Description:

A medium-sized to large deciduous tree, milky latex present, bark grey to greyish-brown. Leaves simple, alternate, petiolate, clustered at the end of branches, elliptic-oblong, 12-20 cm long, entire, thickly coriaceous, base broad, apex acuminate. Leaves fall off in spring for flowers to bloom soon thereafter. Flowers appear in cluster near the end of branches, pedicellate, bisexual, always directed downwards, pedicels up to 5 cm long. Sepals 4 (2+2), free, 1-2 cm long, rusty tomentose, persistent. Corolla with 8 petals, succulent, forming a cup of 1.5 × 1.5 cm, free parts (lobes) c 1 cm long, arranged in 2 series, colour off-white, with strong pleasant scent. Stamens 20, attached to the throat of corolla tube, arranged in 2-3 series, filaments very short, anthers obtuse, c 5 mm long, 2-lobed, bursting longitudinally. Ovary few-celled, style 1, up to 4 cm long, persistent, stigma 1, pointed. Fruit a berry, egg-shaped, greenish, usually 1-seeded.

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:
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:
Sapotaceae
Genus:
Madhuca
Species:
Madhuca longifolia var. latifolia
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:
Sapotaceae
Genus:
Madhuca
Species:
Madhuca 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:
Sapotaceae
Genus:
Manilkara
Species:
Manilkara hexandra
Author Name:
(Roxb.) Dubard
synonyms:
Mimusops hexandra Roxb.
Local Name:
Firni
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
November-July
Habitat:
Dry region, also alluvial soil.
Distribution:
Cultivated in gardens.
Uses:
Wood of the plant is very hard, heavy, takes a fin
Description:

Large evergreen tree with milky latex, bark greyish-brown, crown spreading. Leaves simple, alternate, petiolate, crowded at ends of branchlets, obovate-oblong, 11-17 × 5-8 cm, entire, emarginate, secondary veins numerous. Flowers in axillary clusters, pedicellate, bisexual, pale yellow, c 1 cm across. Calyx of 6 sepals, sepals free. Corolla lobes (petals) 18, in 2-series, outer 12 linear, inner 6 larger. Stamens 6, alternating with 6 staminodes. Ovary 12-celled, hairy, style and stigma 1. Fruits berry, up to 1.5 cm long, olive-shaped, glabrous, red when ripe. Seed usually 1, rarely 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:
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:
Sapotaceae
Genus:
Manilkara
Species:
Manilkara 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:
Sapotaceae
Genus:
Manilkara
Species:
Manilkara zapota
Author Name:
(L.) van Royen
synonyms:
Achras zapota L., Achras zapotilla (Jacq.) Corille
Local Name:
Sofeda
English Name:
Sapodilla, Naseberry, Sapota
Fruits & Flowering Period:
Throughout the year
Habitat:
High lands.
Distribution:
Throughout the country.
Uses:
It is valued for its sweet and delicious edible fr
Description:

A small evergreen tree with milky latex. Leaves simple, alternate, petiolate, crowded at the end of branchlets, ovate-elliptic to elliptic-lanceolate, 7-12 × 2.5-3.5 cm, subcoriaceous, entire, base broad, apex obtuse, glabrous. Flowers in leaf axils, pedicellate, bisexual, white, 1.0-1.5 cm across. Sepals 6, biseriate, outer 3 larger, tomentose, ovate. Petals 6, united, free at upper part. Stamens 6, opposite to the petals, alternating with 6 petaloid staminodes. Ovary many-celled, style 1, stigma 1, pointed. Fruit a fleshy berry, usually globose, 5-10 cm in diameter, rusty-brown. Seeds 5-12, shining black, 2 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:
cymose
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) 2
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Sapotaceae
Genus:
Mimusops
Species:
Mimusops elengi
Author Name:
L.
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
Bokul
English Name:
Bullet Wood, Indian Medlar
Fruits & Flowering Period:
Throughout the year
Habitat:
High lands.
Distribution:
Cultivated elsewhere.
Uses:
Bark is an astringent and tonic. Bark decoction is
Description:

A large evergreen tree with dense rounded crown and milky latex, trunk cylindric, bark dark grey. Leaves simple, alternate, petiolate, petioles 2.0-3.5 cm long, lamina ovate, oblong or elliptic-oblong, 7-12 × 3.5-5.0 cm, entire, base cuneate to broad, apex acuminate, venation pinnate reticulate. Flowers bisexual, clustered in leaf axils, 2-6 in a cluster, sometimes solitary, pedicellate, pedicels 5-6 mm long, tomentose, creamy-white, fragrant, open flower star-shaped, up to 2 cm across. Calyx with 6 sepals, sepals free, c 1 cm long, lanceolate, outer surface tomentose. Corolla with 24 petals, united at the base forming a small tube, outer 16 spreading, c 8 mm long, linear-lanceolate, acute, inner 8 petals erect, encircling the staminal column. Stamens 8, filaments short, anthers oblong, c 4 mm long, alternating with 8 staminodes. Ovary hirsute, 6-8 celled, style 1, longer than corolla, stigmas pointed. Fruit a berry, with persistent calyx, 3-4 cm long, pubescent when young, smooth, shining and turning orange when ripe. Seed single, embedded in juicy pulp.

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:
Sapotaceae
Genus:
Mimusops
Species:
Mimusops 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) 2
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Sapotaceae
Genus:
Palaquium
Species:
Palaquium polyanthum
Author Name:
Engl.
synonyms:
Bassia polyantha Wall., Bassia polyantha DC., Dich
Local Name:
Tali
English Name:
Palaquium
Fruits & Flowering Period:
March-August
Habitat:
Evergreen rain forests.
Distribution:
Sylhet, Chittagong, Cox's Bazar and the Chittagong
Uses:
The plant produces high quality timber which is re
Description:

A tall evergreen tree, up to 20 m height, bark dark brown. Stem and branches with milky latex, young branches rusty tomentose. Leaves simple, alternate, petiolate, coriaceous, obovate-oblong, 15-30 cm long, entire, base cuneate, apex subobtuse, young leaves silky tomentose beneath, mature leaves glabrous. Flowers bisexual, fragrant, white, produced in lax clusters towards the end of branches, pedicellate. Sepals 6, united below, free and biseriate above. Petals 6, united. Stamens 12, attached to the base of corolla, anthers lanceolate. Carpels united, forming a 6-celled ovary, styles linear. Fruit a berry, obovid, c 4 cm long, velvety-brown.

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
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:
Sapotaceae
Genus:
Palaquium
Species:
Palaquium 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:
Sapotaceae
Genus:
Planchonella
Species:
Planchonella obovata
Author Name:
(R. Br.) Pierre
synonyms:
Sersalisia obovata R. Br., Sideroxylon ferrugineum
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
October-December
Habitat:
Low altitudes thickets.
Distribution:
Chittagong
Uses:
The wood is hard, thick and reddish-brown in colou
Description:

A shrub to low tree, up to 40 m tall. Bark brown, angulate branchlet, rusty coloured, seriseous to tomentose when young, glabrescent. Leaves scattered, petiolate, petioles 0.5-5.0 cm long, leaf blade obovate to lanceolate, 6-24 × 1.5-15.0 cm, membranous, papery, or leathery, blackish tomentose or sericeous but glabrescent, adaxially shining and glabrous, cuneate at the base, apex rounded or acuminate, lateral veins 7-18 pairs. Flowers pistillate or bisexual, green to white, several in axillary clusters, 5-6 merous, pedicels 0.2-1.0 cm long, rust-coloured with white tomentose. Sepals 5-6, rounded or broadly ovate, 0.2-0.3 cm long, outside white to yellow or rust-coloured tomentose, inside glabrous, margin ciliate to fimbriate. Corolla with campanulate petals, 0.3-0.5 cm long, lobes 5, broadly ovate to oblong. Stamens 0.2-0.3 cm long, sometimes abortive, staminodes lanceolate to triangular, sometimes absent. Ovary conical to obovoid, rust-coloured, hirsute, 5-10 locular, styles conical, 0.1-0.2 cm long, 5-ribbed. Fruits fresh, white to coloured, 1-5 seeded, globose to obovoid, 1.0-1.5 × 1.5 cm, pericarp membranous, glabrous. Seeds oblique, fusiform, 0.8-1.2 × 0.2-0.4 cm, yellow with narrow elliptic scar.

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:
tetramerous
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:
Sapotaceae
Genus:
Planchonella
Species:
Planchonella 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:
Sapotaceae
Genus:
Sarcosperma
Species:
Sarcosperma arboreum
Author Name:
C.B. Clarke
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
Throughout the year
Habitat:
Forests.
Distribution:
Cultivated in gardens.
Uses:
No Data
Description:

Trees 20(-28) m tall. Trunk to 40(-50) cm d.b.h., bark grayish brown. Young branchlets sparsely rust colored tomentose. Leaves opposite or subopposite, sometimes alternate; stipules subulate, 3--4 mm, early deciduous; petiole 1-2(-3) cm, without appendages; leaf blade oblong or rarely elliptic, 10-18(-35) X 4-8(-13) cm, both surfaces glabrous, base cuneate and usually oblique, apex acuminate to acute, lateral veins (7-)8-11(-13) pairs with conspicuous glandular pits in each axils. Flowers in panicles, rarely racemes, rust colored tomentose, aromatic. Sepals ovate, 2--3 X 1.5--2.5 mm, margin membranous, outside rust colored tomentose, inside glabrous. Corolla green becoming white, 4-5 mm; lobes obovate to oblong, 2.5-3 mm, glabrous. Staminodes narrowly triangular to subulate, 0.5-1 mm, inserted in throat. Ovary subglobose, ca. 1.5 mm, glabrous, apex acuminate. Stigma 3-fid. Drupe, green purple, oblong, 1.5-2.5 X 0.7-1.5 cm, glabrous, 1-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:
cymose
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
tetramerous
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:
Sapotaceae
Genus:
Sarcosperma
Species:
Sarcosperma 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:
Sapotaceae
Genus:
Sideroxylon
Species:
Sideroxylon grandifolium
Author Name:
(L.) Poir.
synonyms:
Aeschynomene grandiflora (L.) L., Agati grandiflor
Local Name:
Bakful
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
October-February
Habitat:
Cultivated elsewhere.
Distribution:
Throughout the country.
Uses:
The flowers and young pods are used as vegetable.
Description:

A small, fast growing, deciduous, soft wooded tree, up to 10 m tall, bark light to dark brown, fissured in old tree. Leaves paripinnate, 13-30 cm long, leaflets 20-60, oblong, glabrous, stipels deciduous, minute, 1.5-2.8 cm long. Inflorescence an axillary raceme, 2-4 flowered. Flowers large. Calyx c 2.5 cm long, glabrous, 2-lipped. Corolla 8-10 cm long, white or tinged with red. Fruit a pod, 30-50 cm long, falcate, firm, not torulose, suture much thickened. Seeds many.

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Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
fissured
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
leaf persistence:
deciduous
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
present
leaf type:
compound
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
raceme
floral symmetry:
zygomorphic
floral type:
pentamerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
legume
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:
Sapotaceae
Genus:
Sideroxylon
Species:
Sideroxylon 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:
Simaroubaceae
Genus:
Ailanthus
Species:
Ailanthus excelsa
Author Name:
Roxb.
synonyms:
Pongelion wighti van Tiegh.
Local Name:
Arua
English Name:
Trees of Heaven, Paradise Tree
Fruits & Flowering Period:
January-July
Habitat:
All types of soils and shady places.
Distribution:
Chittagong
Uses:
A large, beautiful, fast growing tree, suitable fo
Description:

A large polygamous, lofty, deciduous tree, c 20-25 m tall, bark smooth, ash-coloured. Leaves large, c 30-90 cm long, abruptly pinnate, leaflets c 8-14 pairs, 10-15 cm long, alternate or subopposite, irregularly glandular-toothed, variable in shape, unequal and oblique at the base, glabrous, petioles c 2-3 cm long. Inflorescence a large lax panicle, consisting of small cymes of open clusters, bracts minute, softly pubescent. Flowers polygamous, very small, many, slightly tinged with yellow, male, female and bisexual flowers being intermingled on the same tree. Calyx 5-lobed in bisexual flowers, c 2 mm long, triangular. Petals 5, glabrous, c 3-4 × 2 mm, ovate-lanceolate, reflexed, much larger than the sepals. Stamens 10, inserted below the disc, filaments 0.5 mm long, glabrous, shorter than the petals, anthers c 1 mm long. Ovary 5-partite, sparsely hairy, styles 5, free or connate at the base, stigmas short and capitellate. Male flowers similar to bisexual flowers but without rudimenatry ovary. Fruit a samara, reddish-brown, consisting of 1 or more flat, papery pods, c 3.5-6.0 × 1.0-1.5 cm, lanceolate to linear-oblong, reticulate above the seeds, once or twice twisted at the base. Seed 1 at the center of the samara.

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Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
fissured
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
compound
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
panicle
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
others
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
valvate
fruit:
samara
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:
Simaroubaceae
Genus:
Ailanthus
Species:
Ailanthus 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:
Simaroubaceae
Genus:
Picrasma
Species:
Picrasma javanica
Author Name:
Blume
synonyms:
Picrasma nepalensis Bennett, Picrasma andamanica K
Local Name:
Bonposhla
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
January-October
Habitat:
Hilly evergreen forest areas.
Distribution:
Sylhet, Chittagong, Cox's Bazar districts, and the
Uses:
The tree have a great potentiality for medicine. T
Description:

A small to medium-sized, evergreen, glabrous (except inflorescence) tree, c 6-20 m high, bark ashy-grey or dark brown, smooth, inner bark whitish, when incised exudes a liquid which solidifies to a yellowish transparent extremely bitter gum, all parts of the trees including wood very bitter. Leaves imparipinnate, stipulate, stipules c 1.0-1.5 cm long, broadly ovate-orbicular, leaflets 3-7, large, c 4-18 × 3 cm, elliptic-oblong to ovate-oblong, glabrous, dark green, abruptly acuminate, margin entire, sometimes wavy or wrinkled, cuneate at the base, petioles 2-7 cm long, petiolules 1-5 mm long, villous, elongating in fruits. Inflorescence axillary, paniculate, pubescent, cymes c 6-20 cm long. Flowers greenish to dull white, pedicels 8-13 mm long, villous, elongating in fruits. Sepals c 1 mm long, triangular to ovate. Petals 4 in male flowers, 2-3 × 1.0-1.5 mm, in female flowers 3-6 × 3-4 mm, ovate-oblong or oblong. Disc 4-lobed, hairy. Stamens 4, 2-5 mm long. Carpels 4, styles 2 mm long. Fruit a drupe, subglobose on cushion-like disc, black when ripe.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
fissured
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
compound
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
panicle
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
others
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:
Simaroubaceae
Genus:
Picrasma
Species:
Picrasma 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) 10
Emission Factors (EF) 7
Wood Density (WD) 2
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Sonneratiaceae
Genus:
Duabanga
Species:
Duabanga grandiflora
Author Name:
(Roxb. ex DC.) Walp.
synonyms:
Duabanga grandiflora (Roxb. ex DC.) Walp.
Local Name:
Baichua
English Name:
Lagerstroemia grandiflora Roxb. ex DC., Duabanga s
Fruits & Flowering Period:
February-June
Habitat:
Evergreen hill forests
Distribution:
Sylhet, Chittagong, Cox's Bazar and the Chittagong
Uses:
The wood is used in constructions, for making boat
Description:

A large glabrous tree, up to 45 m tall with pendulous branches, young branches obtusely quadrangular, drooping. Leaves 10-30 × 5-12 cm, petiolate, petioles 4-8 mm long, reddish-pink, leaf blade oblong to oblanceolate, base rounded to shallowly cordate, acuminate, midrib prominent with pairs of nerves arching into an intramarginal vein, coriaceous, dark green on the upper surface and glaucous beneath. Inflorescence 5 to many-flowered, terminal, drooping corymb. Flowers emitting an offensive smell, pedicels stout, 3-4 cm long. Calyx 2.5-3.0 cm across, obconical or cup-shaped, lobes 1.5-2.0 cm long, triangular-ovate, acute to acuminate, fruiting sepals enlarged, woody, patent or reflexed. Corolla 3-4 × 2.5-3.0 cm, obovate, obtuse, crisped white with short claws. Stamens numerous, white, longer than petals, anthers curved. Ovary broadly conical, styles 5.0-7.5 cm long, stigmas dark green, thick, lobed. Fruit a capsule, 2-4 cm in diameter with 4-8 longitudinal clefts, brown. Seeds 4-5 mm long, light brown, numerous.

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:
capsule
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:
Sonneratiaceae
Genus:
Duabanga
Species:
Duabanga 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:
Sonneratiaceae
Genus:
Sonneratia
Species:
Sonneratia alba
Author Name:
J. Smith
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
Lemshi
English Name:
Mangrove Apple
Fruits & Flowering Period:
April-September
Habitat:
Inter-tidal areas in mangrove forests and bank of
Distribution:
Chittagong
Uses:
Wood is used for construction works, boats, floati
Description:

A low tree, up to 10 m or even more tall with a broad, lax canopy, pneumatophores many, corky. Leaves petiolate, petioles 3-10 mm long, stout, leaf blade obovate, ovate or orbicular, 5-8 × 3-5 cm, thickly coriaceous, base rounded or cuneate, apex broadly rounded, often emarginate, margin entire, lateral nerves hardly conspicuous. Inflorescence 1-5 flowered. Flower bud at least 1.5 times longer than broad, oblong, narrowed at both ends, flowers penta- to octamerous. Calyx 3.0-3.5 cm long, tube obconical, lobes ovate-oblong, as long as or shorter than the tube, green outside, red inside, erect during anthesis but reflexed in ripe berry, hypanthium cup-shaped, sometimes ribbed, 1.5-2.0 cm long. Petals linear, 13-20 × 1 mm, almost like stamens, mostly white. Stamens 1.5-4.0 cm long, filaments white. Ovary half-inferior with 12-20 carpels, depressed-globose, styles 2.5-4.5 cm long, stigmas capitate. Fruit a berry, c 3 × 4 cm when ripe, obconical with persistent calyx and pointed style. Seeds sickle-shaped.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
smooth
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
opposite
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
others
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
berry
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) 39
Emission Factors (EF) 1
Wood Density (WD) 2
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Sonneratiaceae
Genus:
Sonneratia
Species:
Sonneratia apetala
Author Name:
Buch.-Ham.
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
Keora
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
April-December
Habitat:
Inter-tidal zones of mangrove forests.
Distribution:
Chittagong, Patuakhali, Cox's Bazar and Khulna.
Uses:
Wood is good for planks, oars, boxes, bobbins for
Description:

A moderate to large-sized tree with pendulous branches, bark thin, light-brown, irregularly fissured, stem base not buttressed, pneumatophores arising from horizontal roots, corky, sometimes forked twice or thrice, associated with anchor roots and nutrition roots. Leaves petiolate, petioles 5-10 mm long, leaf blade elliptic-oblong or oblanceolate, 5.5-13.0 × 1.5-3.5 cm, coriaceous, attenuate at the base, tapering towards the apex, nerves indistinct. Flowers 1.5-2.0 cm across, green or yellowish-white, in axillary, solitary or terminal, 3-flowered dichasial or 7-flowered cymes from the branch axils. Calyx 1.5-2.0 cm long in flower, lobes up to twice as long as the tube, in ripe fruit horizontally expanded or reflexed. Petals absent. Stamens many, caducous, anthers reniform. Ovary nearly free from the calyx, stigmas flattened and broadened during anthesis, papillose, persistent. Fruit a berry, 1.2-1.8 × 2.0-2.5 cm, broadly globose, thin-walled.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
smooth
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
opposite
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
cymose
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
others
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:
Sonneratiaceae
Genus:
Sonneratia
Species:
Sonneratia caseolaris
Author Name:
(L.) Engl.
synonyms:
Rhizophora caseolaris L., Sonneratia acida L.f.
Local Name:
Ora
English Name:
Crabapple Mangrove
Fruits & Flowering Period:
September-March
Habitat:
Inter-tidal banks of creeks and channels in mangro
Distribution:
Barisal, Chittagong and Khulna.
Uses:
The heavy wood is used for making boats, in constr
Description:

A low tree, up to 15 m tall with a lax canopy, ultimate branchlets drooping when young, obtusely quadrangular, rarely sharply 4-angled, occasionally even narrowly 4-winged, pneumatophores many, corky, arising from the horizontal roots. Leaves petiolate, petioles very short or obsolete, leaf blade elliptic-oblong or obovate, 5-13 × 2-5 cm, coriaceous, mucronate at the apex, cuneate at the base, margin entire, on either side of the rather strong midrib with inconspicuous lateral nerves. Flowers solitary or in few-flowered dichasia, terminal at the ends of outer twigs or in the axils of distal leaves with at least one pair of subtending bracteoles, flower bud up to twice as long as broad, oval with a rounded, often slightly pointed apex. Calyx 3.0-3.5 cm long, shallowly cup-shaped, lobes usually longer than the tube, greenish or yellowish-white inside, almost horizontally spreading in ripe berry, hypanthium shallowly saucer-shaped, smooth, ribbed along sepal margin. Petals 17-25 × 1.5-3.5 mm, linear-lanceolate, red. Stamens numerous, inserted on the inner rim of the calyx tube, filaments 2.5-3.5 cm long, slender, red in the lower part and white in the upper part, anthers 2-celled. Ovary superior, depressed-globose, with 13-20 carpels, each with many ovules on essentially axile plancentas, styles 3-6 cm long, stigmas capitate. Fruit a berry, 2-4 × 3.5-7.5 cm, green, seated on the flattened calyx tube. Seeds irregularly angular.

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:
others
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:
Sonneratiaceae
Genus:
Sonneratia
Species:
Sonneratia griffithii
Author Name:
Kurz
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
Choila
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
December-May
Habitat:
Muddy banks of estuarine mouths of mangrove forest
Distribution:
Chittagong and Cox's Bazar
Uses:
The plant is used as timber, fuelwood and as a fod
Description:

A tree, up to 20 m tall with large crown, branches pale-green, glabrous, drooping, bark slightly fissured when old, pneumatophores numerous, corky. Leaves petiolate, leaf blade broadly obovate to rotund, 7.0-11.5 × 4.5-8.0 cm, thickly coriaceous, base rounded, shortly narrowed into a short petiole, apex broadly rounded to emarginate, lateral nerves 9-14. Flowers greenish-white, solitary at apices of terminal branchlets. Calyx tube 3.0-3.5 cm long, widely campanulate, in fruit expanded together with the lobes horizontally up to 6.5 cm in diameter, not clasping the fruit at the base. Stamens many, inserted on the calyx tube, filaments filiform, anthers reniform. Styles sinuous in bud, stigmas capitate. Fruit a berry, 2.5-4.0 × 4.5-7.0 cm, ovoid-globose, hard, many-celled, apex broadly rounded. Seeds minute, exalbuminous.

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:
others
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:
Sonneratiaceae
Genus:
Sonneratia
Species:
Sonneratia 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:
Staphyleaceae
Genus:
Turpinia
Species:
Turpinia pomifera
Author Name:
(Roxb.) DC.
synonyms:
Dalrympelia pomifera Roxb.
Local Name:
Bhola
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
March-October
Habitat:
Plain land forests.
Distribution:
Sylhet, Chittagong, Cox's Bazar and the Chittagong
Uses:
Leaves are used for cattle fodder. Wood is used on
Description:

Small to medium-sized tree, sometimes up to 3 m in girth, bark grey to brown, fairly smooth in young parts, horizontally wrinkled and furrowed. Leaves 3-9 foliate, 25-45 cm long, opposite, imparipinnate, glabrous, rachis terete, stipules interpetiolar, triangular, caducous, leaflets 8-15 × 2-6 cm, opposite, interpetiolar, oblong-elliptic to ovate, acuminate, serrulate, acute or slightly rounded, usually oblique at the base, coriaceous, glossy, green above, pale beneath, lateral petiolules short, 2.5-6.0 mm long, terminal stipels lanceolate, subulate, caducous, lateral nerves 6-8 on either side, arched, tertiary nerves very fine, irregularly reticulate. Flowers in panicles, panicles up to 30 cm or more in length when terminal, 7.5-15.0 cm long when axillary. Flowers c 0.5 cm across, fleshy, yellow, minutely bracteolate. Calyx lobes unequal, fleshy, ovate-oblong or oblong, deciduous, ciliolate. Corolla with petals 0.4 cm long, oblong. Stamens alternate with petals, oblong. Ovary 3-loculed with 6 ovules in each locule, styles 3, more or less connate. Fruits nut-like, globular with thick pericarp. Seeds without aril, albumen fleshy, embryo straight.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
smooth
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
present
leaf type:
compound
leaf arrangement:
opposite
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
panicle
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
pentamerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
capsule
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:
Staphyleaceae
Genus:
Turpinia
Species:
Turpinia 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:
Sterculiaceae
Genus:
Abroma
Species:
Abroma augusta
Author Name:
(L.) L.f.
synonyms:
Theobroma augusta L., Abroma mollis DC.
Local Name:
Ulatkambal
English Name:
Devil’s Cotton
Fruits & Flowering Period:
June-December
Habitat:
Evergreen hill forests
Distribution:
Throughout the country.
Uses:
The fresh viscid juice of the root bark is useful
Description:

A shrub or small tree, 2.5-4.5 m high with horizontal branches. Stem downy. Leaves simple, alternate, 10-25 × 10-19 cm, repand-denticulate, base 3-7 nerved, cordate, upper leaves smaller, narrower, entire, glabrescent above, tomentose beneath, tip acuminate, petioles 6.0-7.2 cm long, stipules linear, deciduous, as long as the petioles, peduncles 7-10 cm long, axillary. Flowers 5 cm in diameter, dark red. Sepals 5, 2.5 cm long, green, lanceolate, free nearly to the base. Petals 5, scarcely exceeding the sepals, imbricate in bud, deciduous. Stamens connate in a cupular column, with 5 long staminodes opposite to the sepals, fertile filaments with 2-lobbed diverging anthers. Ovary sessile, 5-loculed with many ovules in each locule. Fruit an obpyramidal capsule, almost 4 cm long, glabrous, thrice as long as the persistent calyx, finely pubescent, membranous, 5-angled, winged, dehiscing septicidally, margin villous, apex truncate. Seeds 210-310 per fruit, black, enveloped in light cottony wool, c 1.1 cm long.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
smooth
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
leaf persistence:
deciduous
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:
open
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:
Sterculiaceae
Genus:
Abroma
Species:
Abroma 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:
Sterculiaceae
Genus:
Firmiana
Species:
Firmiana colorata
Author Name:
(Roxb.) R. Br.
synonyms:
Sterculia colorata Roxb., Erythropsis roxburghiana
Local Name:
Aynsha udal
English Name:
The Coloured Sterculia
Fruits & Flowering Period:
March-April
Habitat:
Hilly forest areas.
Distribution:
Chittagong, Cox's Bazar, Sylhet, Dhaka, Mymensingh
Uses:
Fresh young seeds are edible and taste like almond
Description:

A medium-sized, spreading, deciduous tree with fluted stem, young shoots covered with grey stellate hairs, bark smooth, blackish-grey or ashy, blaze whitish, very fibrous. Leaves 12-25 cm long and nearly as broad, crowded at the end of branchlets, palmately 3-5 lobed, lobes triangular, acuminate, leaves sometimes unlobed on mature trees, palmately 5-7 veined, glabrescent on both surfaces, base deeply cordate, petioles 7-15 cm long. Flowers scarlet or orange-red, solitary or in clusters of 2-3 short panicles from the axils of fallen leaves, polygamous, the whole inflorescence densely covered with orange-red or dark brown stellate hairs. Sepals 5, calyx broadly tubular or funnel-shaped, slightly curved, toothed. Petals absent. Androgynophore 5-10 mm long, exserted, filaments short, anthers 10, locules curved. Ovary superior, 5-locular, flask-shaped, glabrous, styles 5, free, short. Fruit a follicle, 8-11 × 3-5 cm, oblong with acute apex. Seeds 2, yellow, wrinkled or smooth, globose or ovoid, c 1 cm long.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
exfoliating
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
leaf persistence:
deciduous
petiole:
petiolate
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
alternate
inflorescence:
panicle
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
pentamerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
capsule
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:
Sterculiaceae
Genus:
Firmiana
Species:
Firmiana 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:
Sterculiaceae
Genus:
Guazuma
Species:
Guazuma 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:
Sterculiaceae
Genus:
Guazuma
Species:
Guazuma ulmifolia
Author Name:
Lam.
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
March-June
Habitat:
Evergreen hill forests
Distribution:
Chittagong
Uses:
No Data
Description:

Tree upto 30 m of height; trunk straight to slightly tortuous, short, often branching at low altitude. The canopy is dense and broad, typically umbelliform; with horizontal branches and slightly sloped, with the leaves grouped in two rows along the branches. Bark grayish to dark brown, ribbed, rough, cracked longitudinally. Leaves alternate, simple, oval or lanceolate, 5-18 × 2-6 cm, membranous, apex acute, margins slightly crenate, dorsal surface hairy, tomentose especially on main vein, glabrous and glistening when mature. Inflorescence panicle, peduncles 2.5-5.0 cm long, at the base of the leaves, usually up to 40 flowers. Flowers are small, yellowish, 5-10 dia., slightly Scented with five petals. Fruit is a subglobose capsule, dry, verrucose, green to black, hard, 1.5-3.5 cm dia. Seeds immersed in mucilaginous pulp.

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:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
capsule
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:
Sterculiaceae
Genus:
Helicteres
Species:
Helicteres isora
Author Name:
L.
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
Atmora
English Name:
East Indian Screw Tree
Fruits & Flowering Period:
April-December
Habitat:
Mixed deciduous forests.
Distribution:
Chittagong and Tangail.
Uses:
The bark is used to treat diarrhoea and dysentery.
Description:

A large shrub or small tree, 3-8 m tall, stellate hairy on all parts. Leaves simple, alternate, 10-22 × 7-17 cm, broadly elliptic or elliptic-obovate, scabrous on the upper surface, stellate-tomentose on lower surface, apex shortly acuminate, petioles 1.0-1.5 cm long, pubescent, stipules up to 1 cm long, subulate, deciduous. Flowers 4-5 cm long, axillary, solitary or in clusters, hairy on all parts. Calyx tubular, with 5 unequal lobes, 2 cm long, covered with dense stellate hairs. Petals 5, orange-red with black dots on inner part, 4-5 cm long, reflexed, 2 lower petals shorter and broader than the 3 upper ones, claws winged. Stamens 15, 10 fertile in 5 pairs, on a glabrous horn-like column, exserted, 3-4 cm long, abruptly reflexed, anthers ovate, arranged in a ring around the ovary. Ovary ovoid and slightly curved to one side, hairy, 5-lobed, 5-celled, styles united, as long as the ovary, stigmas simple. Fruit a follicle, 4-5 × 1 cm, spirally twisted with an apical beak, glabrescent. Seeds many, wrinkled, tomentose.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
herb
bark texture:
smooth
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:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
capsule
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:
Sterculiaceae
Genus:
Helicteres
Species:
Helicteres littoralis
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:
Sterculiaceae
Genus:
Helicteres
Species:
Helicteres papilio
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:
Sterculiaceae
Genus:
Helicteres
Species:
Helicteres 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) 14
Emission Factors (EF) No Data
Wood Density (WD) No Data
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Sterculiaceae
Genus:
Heritiera
Species:
Heritiera fomes
Author Name:
Buch.-Ham.
synonyms:
Heritiera minor Roxb.
Local Name:
Sundri
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
January-December
Habitat:
Moderately saline zone, well-drained soil inundate
Distribution:
Sundarbans, Chakaria Sundarbans and other coastal
Uses:
Timber of this species is used for bridge and hous
Description:

Medium-sized evergreen tree, 15-18 m tall, branchlets lepidote, bark grey. Leaves simple, 10-17 × 3-6 cm, alternate, elliptic-lanceolate, tapering to rounded at the base, acute or rounded and mucronate at the apex, glabrous above, adpressed scaly beneath, petioles up to 2 cm long. Flowers small, unisexual, in axillary panicles. Sepals 5 or rarely 4-6 toothed, stellate-hairy inside. Petals absent. Male flowers with 5-10 stamens, united in a column with a ring of 2-celled anthers at the apex. Female flowers with 4-6 carpels, almost free, styles short, stigmas 5, thick, ovule solitary in each carpel. Fruit a cluster of woody, indehiscent, keeled or winged ripe carpel. Seed solitary without vivipary but can float on the tidal water.

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:
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:
Sterculiaceae
Genus:
Heritiera
Species:
Heritiera littoralis
Author Name:
[Dryand.] Ait.
synonyms:
Balanopteris tothila Gaertn., Heritiera minor (Gae
Local Name:
Sundri
English Name:
Looking-glass Tree, Looking-glass Mangrove
Fruits & Flowering Period:
July-March
Habitat:
Mangrove swamps
Distribution:
Chittagong
Uses:
The timber is mainly used as firewood, having high
Description:

A medium-sized evergreen tree, up to 25 m tall, low branched, bark pinkish-grey, vertically and superficially fissured, branchlets lepidote. Leaves simple, entire, ovate-oblong, 10-12 × 5-10 cm, rounded or subcordate and often oblique at the base, apex acute to broadly acute, coriaceaous, glabrous above, minute, silvery adpressed scally beneath, petioles up to 2.5 cm long. Flowers small, unisexual, in axillary panicles, pedicels up to 1 mm long. Sepals 5, calyx campanulate, yellowish, stellate-hairy inside. Petals absent.  Male flowers with 8-10 stamens, united in a column with a ring of 2-celled anthers at the apex. Female flowers with 5-6 carpels, almost free, styles short, stigmas 5, thick, ovule solitary in each carpel. Fruit a samara, ellipsoid, woody, glabrous. Seeds c 6 × 4 cm, elliptical, woody.

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:
capsule
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:
Sterculiaceae
Genus:
Heritiera
Species:
Heritiera papilio
Author Name:
Beddome
synonyms:
Heritiera acuminata Wall. ex Kurz.
Local Name:
Boroi
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
April-December
Habitat:
Hilly forests.
Distribution:
Sylhet
Uses:
Timber is hard and takes a fine polish. It is used
Description:

A small to medium-sized tree, 10-15 m tall, young branches stellate-tomentose. Leaves alternate, unifoliolate, 4-16 × 3-7 cm, lanceolate, oblanceolate or oblong to elliptic, base obtuse, obscurely acuminate at the apex, entire, coriaceous, petioles c 2 mm long, scaly. Flowers in axillary panicles, densely covered with stellate tomentose scales. Sepals 5, calyx campanulate. Petals absent. Male flowers with slender staminal column, anther thecae in a regular ring on an androgynophore. Female flowers with 5-6 sessile ovary, stellate scaly, sterile anther thecae present at the base of the ovary. Fruit a samara, 5-7 cm long, glabrous, 1-seeded.

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:
panicle
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
pentamerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
samara
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:
Sterculiaceae
Genus:
Kleinhovia
Species:
Kleinhovia hospita
Author Name:
L.
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
Bola
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
March-July
Habitat:
Hill forests.
Distribution:
Chittagong
Uses:
No Data
Description:

Trees, up to 12 m tall; bark gray, exfoliate. Branchlets gray-green, sparsely pilose. Petiole 3-5.5 cm; leaf blade broadly ovate or ovate, 5.5-18 × 5.5-18 cm, abaxially puberulent when young, adaxially glabrous, base cordate or subcordate, entire or sparsely dentate in upper part, apex acuminate or acute. Inflorescence a thyrse, to 50 cm, hairy. Flowers dense. Sepals pink, petaloid, ca. 6 mm. Petals pink, shorter than sepals, 1-cucullate, yellow at apex, shorter than others. Androgynophore long, hairy. Ovary globose, hairy, usually only 1 ovule developed in each locule; style glabrous. Capsule broadly pyriform to almost globose, 5-angled, 1-1.7 cm, greenish pink when mature, pendulous. Seeds globose, 1.5-2 mm in diam., black or dark brown.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
exfoliating
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
present
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
panicle
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
pentamerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
capsule
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:
Sterculiaceae
Genus:
Kleinhovia
Species:
Kleinhovia 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) 7
Wood Density (WD) 2
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Sterculiaceae
Genus:
Pterospermum
Species:
Pterospermum acerifolium
Author Name:
(L.) Willd.
synonyms:
Pentapetes acerifolia L.
Local Name:
Muskanda
English Name:
Mapple-leaved Bayur, Dinnerplate Tree
Fruits & Flowering Period:
March-April
Habitat:
Hill slopes.
Distribution:
Sylhet, Chittagong, Cox's Bazar and the Chittagong
Uses:
Flowers are used as a general tonic and as a cure
Description:

A large evergreen tree, up to 30 m tall, with grey bark and rusty pubescent young parts. Leaves large, polymorphous, 18-40 × 12-30 cm, peltate with a cordate base, lobed or remotely toothed, glabrous and deep green above, silvery or grey-tomentose beneath, palmately 8-10 veined, petioles 5-15 cm long, pinkish. Flowers large, white, fragrant, solitary or in 2-3 flowered cymes, pedicels c 2 cm long. Sepals 5, linear-lanceolate, 3.5-5.0 × 0.4-0.6 cm, united at the base into short tube, obtuse, rusty pubescent outside, thick, reflexed, deciduous. Petals 5, linear-oblong or obovate, c 6-12 × 1 cm, reflexed, obtuse. Stamens 15, as long as the petals or shorter, staminodes 5, longer than the stamens. Carpels 5, ovary oblong, pentagonal, 5-loculed, densely rusty tomentose. Fruit a capsule, 5-10 cm long, 5-valved, rusty brown-glabrescent. Seeds many, ovate with a thin wing, brown, membranous.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
exfoliating
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
leaf persistence:
deciduous
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
present
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
solitary
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
pentamerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
capsule
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:
Sterculiaceae
Genus:
Pterospermum
Species:
Pterospermum lanceaefolium
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:
Sterculiaceae
Genus:
Pterospermum
Species:
Pterospermum lanceifolium
Author Name:
Roxb.
synonyms:
Pterospermum jackianum Wall. ex Mast., Pterospermu
Local Name:
Bankula
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
April-October
Habitat:
Fringes of deciduous and scrub forests.
Distribution:
Sylhet
Uses:
The timber is used as a fuel wood.
Description:

A small or medium-sized tree, occasionally up to 30 m tall, young parts tomentose. Leaves alternate, 4-15 × 2-4 cm, lanceolate-oblong or obovate-oblong, base slightly oblique or auriculate, acuminate at the apex, margin serrate on the upper half, petioles 5-12 mm long, stipules c 8 mm long, subulate, caducous. Flowers pale-white, fragrant, axillary, 5-6 cm across. Sepals 5, free, lanceolate, brown hairy outside, villous inside. Petals 5, oblanceolate or spathulate, white, free, sweet scented, hairy outside. Stamens 15, c 1.5 cm long, staminodes 5, c 2 cm long. Ovary c 1.0 × 1.5 cm, ovoid or ellipsoid, hairy, 5-loculed, each locule with many ovules, styles slender, hairy, stigmas 5, twisted. Fruit a capsule, elliptic-ovoid, woody, loculicidally 5-celled. Seeds many, 3-4 cm long, winged, compressed, papery, brown.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
exfoliating
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
present
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
solitary
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
pentamerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
capsule
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:
Sterculiaceae
Genus:
Pterospermum
Species:
Pterospermum semisagittatum
Author Name:
Buch.-Ham.
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
Bara Assar
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
April-August
Habitat:
Forests and hill tops.
Distribution:
Chittagong, Cox's Bazar and the Chittagong Hill Tr
Uses:
Wood is heavy, hard, interlocked grained and can b
Description:

A small to medium-sized deciduous tree, young parts tomentose, bark ash-coloured. Leaves simple, alternate, lanceolate, 11-18 × 3-4 cm, sessile, base unequal, one basal lobe rounded and other lobe longer and triangular, stipules deeply segmented, yellowish, filiform. Flowers large, 11-15 cm across, white, usually solitary, terminal or axillary on short drooping brownish tomentose penduncles. Sepals 5, linear, c 10 cm long, stellate-tomentose outside, velvety inside. Petals 5, obliquely obovate-cuneate, 4-5 cm long, fragrant. Stamens 15, up to 3 cm long, staminodes 5, 4-5 cm long. Ovary superior, c 4 mm in diameter, globose, 5-locular with many ovules in each locule, tomentose, styles hairy at the base, stigmas 5, club-shaped. Fruit a capsule, woody, cylindrical, rusty-tomentose, about 7-5 cm long, 5-celled. Seeds many, compressed with a thin wing.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
exfoliating
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
present
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
solitary
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
pentamerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
capsule
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:
Sterculiaceae
Genus:
Pterospermum
Species:
Pterospermum 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) 2
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Sterculiaceae
Genus:
Pterygota
Species:
Pterygota alata
Author Name:
(Roxb.) R. Br.
synonyms:
Sterculia alata Roxb., Pterygota roxburghii Schott
Local Name:
Buddha-narikel
English Name:
The Buddha’s Coconut Tree
Fruits & Flowering Period:
December-July
Habitat:
Highland and open sunny dryland.
Distribution:
Chittagong, Cox's Bazar and the Chittagong Hill Tr
Uses:
The seeds are used as a substitute for opium. Wood
Description:

A large deciduous tree, up to 50 m tall, with narrow conical crown and horizontal branches, young parts golden-pubescent, bark greyish-brown with horizontal wrinkles and shallow vertical fissures, blaze yellowish, bole often buttressed. Leaves simple, usually clustered at the end of the branchlets, broadly ovate with a cordate base, 10-16 × 7-12 cm, veins 5 or 7, petioles 4-10 cm long. Flowers brownish-yellow, unisexual, male flowers or bisexual but functionally female flowers in rusty-tomentose recemes. Calyx 5-6 lobed, 1.0-1.5 cm long, linear-oblong, densely stellate-hairy outside, margin and inside subglabrous. Petals absent. Male flowers with staminal column half to three-fourth the length of the calyx bearing 4-6 groups of 4 anthers each. Female or bisexual flowers with 5 carpels, ovary 2-3 mm long, pubescent, styles short, recurved, stigmas rounded. Fruit a follicle, large, woody, 7-12 cm in diameter, obliquely globose. Seeds c 40 per follicle, oblong, compressed, in 2 rows, winged.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
exfoliating
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
present
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
panicle
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
pentamerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
open
fruit:
capsule
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:
Sterculiaceae
Genus:
Pterygota
Species:
Pterygota 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:
Sterculiaceae
Genus:
Scaphium
Species:
Scaphium scaphigerum
Author Name:
(Wall. ex G. Don) Guibourt & Planch.
synonyms:
Scaphium wallichii Schott & Endl.
Local Name:
Shampan
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
February-April
Habitat:
Evergreen forests near limestone deposits.
Distribution:
Chittagong, Cox's Bazar, Rangamati and Bandarban.
Uses:
Economic uses/values/harmful aspects: Wood is whit
Description:

A deciduous tree, up to 35 m tall, all parts glabrous, bark greenish-brown. Leaves ovate-oblong, 15-30 × 12-15 cm, strongly 3-veined at the base, bluntly acuminate at the apex, entire along margin, coriaceous, glabrous, petioles 4-12 cm long. Flowers in short, robust, much branched, puberulous panicles at the end of the thick branchlets. Sepals 5, slightly united at the base, oblong-lanceolate, stellate-puberulous. Petals absent. Male flowers with 10-15 stamens, anthers pilose, staminodes 8-10. Female flowers with 5 carpels, free, glabrous. Fruit a large follicle, boat-shaped, 15-18 × 7-9 cm, membranous, 1-2 seeded. Seed 1 (rarely 2), pubescent, wingless.

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:
open
fruit:
samara
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:
Sterculiaceae
Genus:
Scaphium
Species:
Scaphium 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:
Sterculiaceae
Genus:
Sterculia
Species:
Sterculia balanghas
Author Name:
L.
synonyms:
Sterculia rubiginosa Vent., Sterculia angustifolia
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
January-May
Habitat:
Hilly forests and swampy areas.
Distribution:
Rangamati.
Uses:
The plant has ornamental value.
Description:

A medium-sized tree, young parts rusty tomentose, bark greyish-brown, smooth. Leaves simple, 10-30 × 5-13 cm, oblong-ovate, rounded at the base, apex blunt or acute, densely stellate hairy on both surfaces, petioles 3-5 cm long, swollen at both ends, pubescent. Flowers small, yellow or greenish-purple, fragrant, on stellate hairy panicles, slightly drooping from ends of branches. Calyx campanulate, 5-lobed, 7-10 mm long, pubescent outside, hairy inside. Petals absent. Male flowers with 10 stamens, staminal column c 2 mm long, with a group of 2-loculed anthers at the tip, anthers sessile, staminodes 10. Female flowers with 5 carpels, free, hairy, with 4-8 ovules, styles cohering, densely hairy, stigmas recurved, 5-lobed. Fruit a follicle, 4-5, oblong, woody, almost sessile, curved with dark brown tomentose. Seeds 3-6, oblong-ovoid, black, shining.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
exfoliating
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
present
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
panicle
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
pentamerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
open
fruit:
capsule
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:
Sterculiaceae
Genus:
Sterculia
Species:
Sterculia foetida
Author Name:
L.
synonyms:
Sterculia polyphylla R.Br.
Local Name:
Udal
English Name:
Poon Tree, Wild Almond Tree, Java Olive, Dung Tree
Fruits & Flowering Period:
February-August
Habitat:
High lands.
Distribution:
Chittagong and Mymensingh.
Uses:
Leaves and bark are aperients, diaphoretic and diu
Description:

A medium-sized to fairly large deciduous tree, up to 40 m tall, bark whitish, young shoots hairy. Leaves crowded at the ends of thick branchlets, digitately compound, 5-10 foliate, leaflets 7.5-14.0 × 2.0-4.5 cm, elliptic-lanceolate, coriaceous and glabrous beneath when mature, stipules subulate, caducous. Inflorescence axillary or subterminal, paniculate. Flower buds ovoid, c 10 × 5 mm, dull red, yellow or purplish, with offensive smell, pedicels 1.5-2.5 cm long. Calyx campanulate, deeply divided into 5-lobes, lobes linear-oblong to lanceolate, subacute, stellate-hairy. Petals absent. Male flowers with 14-15 stamens, staminal culumn c 1 cm long, recurved, hairy at the base, with 10-15 anthers grouped into a head, staminodes 14. Female flowers with 5 carpels, free, ovary globose, densely villous, 5-lobed, 5-loculed, each locule 12-20 ovuled, styles cohering, stigmas 5 lobed or flattened. Fruit a follicle, smooth, boat-shaped, woody, short beaked, smooth outside, fibrous inside, 10-15 seeded, red when mature. Seeds black, hard, smooth, oblong or ovoid-oblong.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
exfoliating
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
leaf persistence:
deciduous
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
absent
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
palmate
inflorescence:
panicle
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
pentamerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
open
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:
Sterculiaceae
Genus:
Sterculia
Species:
Sterculia guttata
Author Name:
Roxb.
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
Raiphal
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
May-September
Habitat:
Hill forests.
Distribution:
Chittagong, the Chittagong Hill Tracts.
Uses:
A kind of coarse rug is made by beating and washin
Description:

A large evergreen tree, young parts rusty stellate tomentose, bark dark green, warty, cracked outside, blaze white, mottled with brown. Leaves simple, ovate, rounded or slightly cordate at the base, acute or abruptly shortly acuminate at the apex, entire, under surface and petioles tomentose, petioles 2-7 cm long, stipules ensiform, caducous. Flowers white and pale yellow, in terminal, rusty, tomentose racemiform panicles, pedicels 2-3 mm long, hairy, with an offensive smell. Calyx campanulate, deeply 5-partite, lobes narrow-lanceolate, rusty tomentose outside, glandular and with scattered long hairs inside. Petals absent. Male flowers with 10-12 stamens, staminal column 6-8 mm long, slender, curved, anthers 10-15, sessile, very small, staminodes 10. Female flowers with 5 carpels, free, ovary surmounting the ring of anthers, globose, woolly, styles curved, stigmas 5-lobed. Fruit a follicle, red when ripe, coriaceous, compressed, tomentose outside, smooth and reddish inside, with 3-5 seeds in each follicle. Seeds black, large.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
exfoliating
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
leaf persistence:
deciduous
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
present
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
panicle
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
pentamerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
open
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:
Sterculiaceae
Genus:
Sterculia
Species:
Sterculia hamiltonii
Author Name:
(O. Kuntze) Adelb.
synonyms:
Sterculia coccinea Roxb., Clompanus hamiltonii O.
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
April-October
Habitat:
Along water courses throughout the hills.
Distribution:
Maulavi Bazar, Cox's Bazar and Sylhet.
Uses:
Heartwood is hard, takes a good polish and is used
Description:

A small tree, 8-10 m tall, bark thin, grey, warty, whitish inside. Leaves simple, alternate, 10-26 × 5-10 cm, elliptic-lanceolate or oblanceolate, tapering at the base, abruptly short acuminate at the apex, chartaceous or subcoriaceous, glabrous above, sparsely stellately hairy beneath, petioles 2-5 cm long, terete, subulate, rusty tomentose. Flowers axillary, 10-15 cm long, rarely supra-axillary, yellowish, scented, velvety outside, pedicels c 5 mm long. Calyx 5-lobed, lobes narrow, 8-12 mm long, patently white outside. Petals absent. Male flowers with 10 stamens, staminal column 4-5 mm long, curved, short, glabrous. Female flowers with 5 carpels, ovary hairy with sterile anthers at the base, styles 2 mm long, curved, stigmas 5-lobed. Fruit a follicle, oblong-lanceolate, thinly coriaceous, velvety outside. Seeds ovoid, smooth, black.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
exfoliating
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:
open
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:
Sterculiaceae
Genus:
Sterculia
Species:
Sterculia parviflora
Author Name:
Roxb. ex G. Don
synonyms:
Sterculia maingayi Mast., Sterculia obscura K. Sch
Local Name:
Bhui udal
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
January-July
Habitat:
Lowland and mixed deciduous and primary forests.
Distribution:
Sylhet
Uses:
Wood is white coloured used for indoor constructio
Description:

A medium-sized to fairly large deciduous tree, up to 30 m tall, bark light coloured, smooth. Leaves simple, 10-22 × 5-10 cm, elliptic-oblong, subcoriaceous, base obtuse, acuminate at the apex, entire, glabrescent above, slightly pubescent beneath, petioles 2-3 cm long, stipules lanceolate, caducous. Flowers small, yellowish-brown in panicles, panicles spreading, stellate-hairy, pedicels 1-5 mm long. Calyx lobes 5, lobes linear-lanceolate, inflexed, hairy outside and glabrous within. Petals absent. Male flowers with 10 stamens, anthers sessile, staminodes 10. Female flowers with 5 carpels, free, ovary globose, glabrous, 6-ovuled, styles short, glabrous, stigmas 5-fid. Fruit a follicle, 3-5 cm long, oblong, pubescent, coriaceous. Seeds oblong, black.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
exfoliating
bole:
branched
thorn:
present
leaf persistence:
deciduous
petiole:
petiolate
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
panicle
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
pentamerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
open
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:
Sterculiaceae
Genus:
Sterculia
Species:
Sterculia 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:
Sterculiaceae
Genus:
Sterculia
Species:
Sterculia urens
Author Name:
Roxb.
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
October-April
Habitat:
Evergreen forests.
Distribution:
Chittagong, the Chittagong Hill Tracts.
Uses:
This species yields a colloid gum and is used as m
Description:

Trees; young parts more or less pubescent; trunk straight; bark white, smooth, outer papery peeling off, inner fibrous. Leaves simple, 11 - 30 cm in diam., crowded at the ends of the branchlets, digitately 3 - 5-lobed, cordate at base, lobes 5 or obscurely 2 or more, caudate-acuminate at apex, entire, glabrous or nearly so above; petioles 8 - 9.5 cm long, terete, tomentose; stipules caducous. Flowers small, yellow, 5 - 9 mm across, numeorus, male and female flowers mixed in much-branched, glandular-pubescent, terminal panicles, appearing before the leaves at the ends of branchlets; bracts lanceolate, deciduous. Calyx ca 5 mm long, campanulate, hoary, tube about as long as the lobes, lobes spreading oblong-lanceolate, acute, glandular hairy inside at base. Male flowers: staminal column ca 3 mm long, with 10 - 15 anthers at the top. Female flowers: ovaries 2 mm in diam. on ca 3 mm long gynandrophore with sterile anthers at base; styles as long as ovary; stigmas radiating. Follicles 5, spreading, 3 - 4 x 1 - 1.5 cm, usually oblong or ovoid-oblong, densely pubescent, often mixed with stinging hairs. Seeds 3 - 6 in each follide, ca 7 x 5 mm, oblong, black, glossy.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
exfoliating
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
leaf persistence:
deciduous
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:
open
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:
Sterculiaceae
Genus:
Sterculia
Species:
Sterculia versicolor
Author Name:
Wall.
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
March-August
Habitat:
Hill forests.
Distribution:
Cox's Bazar
Uses:
The timber is used as fuel wood.
Description:

A large tree with spreading crown, 24-27 m tall, trunk straight, stout, bark grey, branchlets with prominent scars of fallen leaves. Leaves peltate, digitately 5-7 foliolate, elliptic-lanceolate, 18.5-27.0 × 5-15 cm, tapering at the base, acute or shortly acuminate at the apex, subcoriaceous, glabrous above, puberulous or glabrescent beneath, petioles 8-15 cm long. Flowers fragrant, orange-yellow or pale yellow, many, in erect panicles crowded at the ends of branchlets, pedicels short. Calyx campanulate, hairy, c 1 cm long, lobes oblong, inflexed. Male flowers with c 2 mm long staminal column, curved, filaments short, anthers 2-loculed. Female flowers with 5-lobed ovary, hairy with sterile anthers at the base, style c 2 mm long, villous, curved with radiating subpeltate stigma. Fruit a follicle, slightly compressed, coriaceous. Seeds 7-15 mm long, oblong.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
exfoliating
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
leaf persistence:
deciduous
petiole:
petiolate
stipules:
present
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
alternate
leaf venation:
pinnate
inflorescence:
panicle
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
pentamerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
open
fruit:
follicle
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed
Types of Data
Number of the Value
Allometric Equation (AE) No Data
Emission Factors (EF) 7
Wood Density (WD) 1
Raw Data (RD) No Data

Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Sterculiaceae
Genus:
Sterculia
Species:
Sterculia villosa
Author Name:
Roxb. ex Smith
synonyms:
Sterculia ornata Wall. ex Kurz, Sterculia armata M
Local Name:
Udal
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
March-May
Habitat:
Hill forests.
Distribution:
Chittagong and Cox’s Bazar districts and the Chitt
Uses:
A coarse fiber obtained from the inner bark is use
Description:

A small to medium-sized deciduous tree, 10-15 m tall, bark grey, smooth, about 2.5 cm thick, branches whorled, horizontal, spreading, branchlets thick with heart-shaped scars of fallen leaves, young shoots tomentose. Leaves simple, crowded at the ends of branchlets when young, 30-40 cm long, cordate at the base, 5-7 lobed, each lobe again 3-lobed, lobes oblong, blade 30-45 cm across, petioles 15-40 cm long, minutely tomentose. Flowers pinkish-yellow, in crowded drooping panicles from the end of thick shoots, male and female flowers intermixed. Calyx broadly campanulate, pinkish inside, 5-lobed, lobes ovate, hairy outside. Petals absent. Male flowers with 10 stamens, staminal column 2-3 mm long, recurved, glabrous, anthers 10, sessile, staminodes 10. Female flowers with 5 carpels, ovary globose, strigose, 5-loculed, many-ovuled, styles recurved, hairy, stigmas flattened or with 5 lobes. Fruit a follicle, 3-5, oblong, sessile, leathery, rusty pubescent, many-seeded, red when ripe. Seeds 3-5, oblong, smooth, black.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
exfoliating
bole:
branched
thorn:
absent
leaf persistence:
deciduous
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:
open
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:
Strelitziaceae
Genus:
Ravenala
Species:
Ravenala madagascariensis
Author Name:
J.F. Gmel.
synonyms:
Urania madagascariensis Raeusch., Urania speciosa
Local Name:
Panthopadop
English Name:
Traveler’s Tree, Traveller’s Palm
Fruits & Flowering Period:
June-October
Habitat:
Fertile soils in warm humid climate.
Distribution:
Cultivated in gardens.
Uses:
Planted as a decorative plant in gardens, around l
Description:

A small erect tree, up to 8 m tall, trunk palm-like, hard with marks of leaf bases. Leaves distichous, very close-set, with short and broad basal sheath usually holding water, petioles long, even longer than the blade, leaf blades like that of banana leaf, midrib prominent, secondary veins parallel. Inflorescence axillary spikes. Flowers bisexual, epigynous, under a boat-shaped spathe. Perianth with 6 tepals in 2-cycles, hardly differentiated into sepals and petals. Sepals (members of outer cycle) 3, narrow, equal, up to 20 cm long. Petals (members of inner cycle) 3, the lateral ones like sepals, median one shorter. Stamens 6, 10-12 cm long. Carpels 3, united, inferior, ovary 3-celled, ovules many in each cell. Fruit a 3-celled capsule, woody, 3-cornered, opening by 3 valves. Seeds many, hard, surrounded by bright blue fibre.

Photographs:

Key character:

habit:
tree
bark texture:
exfoliating
bole:
unbranched
thorn:
absent
petiole:
petiolate
leaf type:
simple
leaf arrangement:
distichous
leaf venation:
parallel
inflorescence:
spadix
floral symmetry:
zygomorphic
floral type:
trimerous
floral attachment:
gamopetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
capsule
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:
Strelitziaceae
Genus:
Ravenala
Species:
Ravenala 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:
Styracaceae
Genus:
Styrax
Species:
Styrax serrulatus
Author Name:
Roxb.
synonyms:
Styrax serrulatum Roxb., Styrax serrulatus Roxb.
Local Name:
Fulkat
English Name:
Silver Bell tree
Fruits & Flowering Period:
March-November
Habitat:
Sparse forests.
Distribution:
Chittagong
Uses:
No Data
Description:

A low tree, about 4-12 m tall, branchlets stellate pubescent, brownish. Leaves alternate, petiolate, petioles 3-5 mm long, ovate-oblong or ovate-lanceolate, 5-14 cm long, papery, sparsely stellate pubescent or sometimes glabrous, base cuneate to rounded, margin serrate, rarely entire, apex acuminate, secondary veins 5-7 on each side, tertiary vein reticulate, glabrous to stellate pubescent. Inflorescence many-flowered racemes or in panicles, 3-10 cm long. Flowers 1.0-1.3 cm long, pedicellate, pedicels 3-8 cm long. Calyx 3-4 × 3-4 mm, densely yellow tomentose with 5 teeth. Corolla 7-9 × 2-3 mm, outside puberulous and glabrous inside, tube 2-3 mm long, oblong-lanceolate. Stamens shorter than the corolla, filaments expanded, slightly flexuous at the middle, basal portion villous. Ovary superior with 1-4 ovules. Fruits 8.0-1.6 mm long, and 6-8 mm wide, stellate, apex slightly oblique, acute to apiculate. Seeds 1-2, dark brown, smooth or rugose.

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:
Styracaceae
Genus:
Styrax
Species:
Styrax sp
Author Name:
No Data
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
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Uses:
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Description:

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Tree Species Details

Family Name:
Symplocaceae
Genus:
Symplocos
Species:
Symplocos caudata
Author Name:
Wall. ex G. Don
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
March-September
Habitat:
Evergreen hill forests
Distribution:
Chittagong
Uses:
No Data
Description:

An evergreen shrub or tree, 3-18 m tall, twigs dense. Leaves petiolate, petioles 2.5-7.5 mm long, leaf blade lanceolate or elliptic-lanceolate, 5.0-7.5 × 2.5-3.0 cm, caudate to acuminate, base cuneate, lower half subentire, upper half serrulate, shortly coriaceous, nerves 6-7 pairs, prominent on the lower surface. Racemes lax, 2.5-3.0 cm long, villous or fulvous, subhirsute, bracts 1.2 × 1.0 mm, wooly, bracteoles 0.8 × 0.5 mm, lanceolate, acuminate, margin silky hairy, pedicels up to 4 mm long. Calyx lobes ovate, 1.5 × 0.8-1.0 mm, subacute to obtuse, margin hairy. Corolla lobes oblong-lanceolate, 3.5-4.0 × 1.5-2.0 mm, yellowish. Stamens c 25, pentadelphous. Disc glabrous. Ovary 5-locular, styles c 4.5 mm long, stigmas rounded to capitate. Fruits ovoid-cylindric drupes, c 7.0 × 3.8 mm, crowned with enlarged calyx teeth, brown, embryo curved.

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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:
raceme
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
pentamerous
floral attachment:
polypetalous
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:
Symplocaceae
Genus:
Symplocos
Species:
Symplocos cochinchinensis
Author Name:
(Lour.) S. Moore
synonyms:
Myrtus laurinus Retz., Drupatris cochinchinensis L
Local Name:
Buri
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
January-June
Habitat:
Secondary and primary forests.
Distribution:
Chittagong, the Chittagong Hill Tracts.
Uses:
Powdered bark is given with honey to cure biliousn
Description:

A large shrub or tree, up to 18 m tall, twigs and leaves glabrous, except sometimes the very youngest parts, terminal buds hairy or glabrous. Leaves petiolate, petioles 5-20 mm long, leaf blade lanceolate, 6-15 × 2.5-6.0 cm, acuminate, base attenuate to cuneate, nerves 6-9 pairs, prominent, thick, glaucous. Inflorescence a spike, up to 15 cm long, tripartite below. Flowers sessile, lax, white to yellowish-white, bracteoles 0.8-1.2 mm long, softly hairy along the margin. Calyx lobes 0.7-1.2 × 0.6-1.0 mm, glabrous. Corolla lobes 2.4-4.0 × 1.0-2.2 mm. Stamens 45-50, filaments exceed the length of petals, flat. Ovary glabrous, styles filiform, stigmas capitate. Fruit an ampulliform or globose drupe, 5-7 × 4-5 mm, more or less ribbed when dry, often narrowed into a cylindrical neck, crowned by the usually closed, enlarged calyx lobes which form a conical beak on top, mesocarp thin, fleshy, green when young, bluish when ripe. Seed 1, embryo curved.

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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:
spike
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
pentamerous
floral attachment:
polypetalous
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:
Symplocaceae
Genus:
Symplocos
Species:
Symplocos glomerata
Author Name:
King ex C.B. Clarke
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
April-September
Habitat:
Evergreen hill forests
Distribution:
Chittagong, the Chittagong Hill Tracts.
Uses:
A decoction of leaves is used to treat scabies.
Description:

A small tree, up to 6 m tall. Leaves petiolate, petioles up to 1.8 cm long, often glandular, leaf blade lanceolate, 12.0-16.5 × 3.5-4.0 cm, elongate, base attenuate to cuneate, apex acuminate, margin glandular-serrate, nerves 10-15 pairs, distant and prominent beneath, veins sunk above forming a conspicuous intramarginal veins. Flowers crowded in dense fascicles, yellowish, bracteoles margin with woolly hairs. Calyx lobes 1.0-1.7 × 0.8-1.2 mm, margin glandular hairy. Corolla oblong-lanceolate, 2.5-5.5 × 1.2-3.0 mm, obtuse to rounded. Stamens c 25, pentadelphous. Disc cylindrical, c 1 mm high. Ovary glabrous, c 1 mm high, styles glabrous, stigmas lobed. Fruit a cylindrical drupe, 7-8 × 2 mm, surface with fine longitudinal scars, brown, rarely dark-blue, 1-seeded. Seeds with straight embryo.

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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:
spike
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
pentamerous
floral attachment:
polypetalous
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:
Symplocaceae
Genus:
Symplocos
Species:
Symplocos lancifolia
Author Name:
Sieb. & Zucc.
synonyms:
Symplocos lancifolia Sieb. & Zucc. var. fulvipes
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
October-February
Habitat:
Dense mossy forests at higher altitude.
Distribution:
Sylhet
Uses:
No Data
Description:

An undershrub to shrub of 1-2 m or tree, up to 20 m tall, twigs appressedly to patently hairy, soon glabrous. Leaves petiolate, petioles 0.5-2.0 mm long, lamina lanceolate, 7-9 × 2-3 cm, base cuneate to rounded, apex acuminate, crenate-serrulate, subcoriaceous to membranous, nerves 6-11 pairs, glabrous or sometimes fulvous-pilose hairs on midrib beneath. Inflorescence a spike, 1-2 cm long, pubescent to fulvous-pubescent, bracts hairy, bracteoles persistent, fulvous-villose. Flowers subsessile to sessile. Calyx lobes 1.2-1.5 × 1.0-1.5 mm, margin glandular hairy. Corolla lobes 2.0-3.5 × 1.0-1.5 mm. Stamens 25-35, pentadelphous, anthers oblong or rounded. Ovary glabrous, styles glabrous. Fruits ellipsoid to globose, 4-5 × 2-4 mm, calyx forming a blunt beak on top, greenish-black. Seed 1, filling the whole fruit, with horse-shoe shaped embryo.

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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
inflorescence:
raceme
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
pentamerous
floral attachment:
polypetalous
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:
Symplocaceae
Genus:
Symplocos
Species:
Symplocos lucida
Author Name:
(Thumb.) Sieb. & Zucc.
synonyms:
Laurus lucida Thumb., Symplocos japonica DC., Symp
Local Name:
Bhauri
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
December-May
Habitat:
Deciduous forests.
Distribution:
Sylhet
Uses:
Tender leaves are boiled and the decoction is used
Description:

Shrub to tree, 4-20 m tall. Stem sometimes marked with black patches. Leaves petiolate, petioles 7-20 mm long, leaf blade lanceolate to oblong or obovate, 9-14 × 2.5-4.5 cm, coriaceous, acuminate, cuneate, margin revolute- entire or glandular-dentate, glabrous, nerves 6-12 pairs. Flowers in dense racemes or condensed spikes, often tripartite below, sessile or subsessile, bracts and bracteoles 1.5-3.0 mm long, margin hairy. Calyx lobes 1.2-3.0 × 1.3-2.5 mm, margin glandular hairy. Corolla lobes 2.5-5.0 × 1.7-3.0 mm. Stamens 40-50. Disc densely hairy. Stylar base villose, stigmas capitate or discoid. Fruits 7-8 × 4-5 mm, ellipsoid to rarely orbicular, mesocarp fleshy. Seeds usually horse-shoe shaped with horse-shoe shaped embryo.

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:
spike
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
pentamerous
floral attachment:
polypetalous
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:
Symplocaceae
Genus:
Symplocos
Species:
Symplocos macrophylla
Author Name:
Wall. ex DC.
synonyms:
Symplocos gardneriana Wight, Symplocos ifsiana Fis
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
November-April
Habitat:
Evergreen forests.
Distribution:
Sylhet and Rangamati.
Uses:
The leaves yield a dye.
Description:

A small tree, branchlets densely ferruginous-tomentose. Leaves alternate, petiolate, petioles c 2 cm long, stout, densely ferruginous-tomentose, lamina elliptic or ovate-oblong, 15-22 × 4-10 cm, subcoriaceous, shortly acuminate, shining above, ferruginous-tomentose beneath, especially along the nerves, margin undulate, lateral veins c 12 on either half, arched, depressed above, prominent beneath. Inflorescence a raceme or spike, up to 7 cm long, axis densely pubescent or tomentose, bracts and bracteoles soon caducous, densely sericeous or pubescent. Calyx appressedly long pubescent or sericeous, 2-4 mm long, often entirely divided into the rounded 1.5-4.0 mm long lobes. Corolla 4-8 mm long, dull white. Stamens 60 to more than 100. Disc densely hairy. Ovary appressedly sericeous or tomentose, 2 mm high, styles glabrous except the very base, or sericeous halfway up. Fruits ovoid or ellipsoid to cylindrical, 13-20 × 6-8 mm, glabrescent.

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:
spike
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
pentamerous
floral attachment:
polypetalous
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:
Symplocaceae
Genus:
Symplocos
Species:
Symplocos paniculata
Author Name:
(Thunb.) Miq.
synonyms:
Prunus paniculatus Thunb., Symplocos crataegoides
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
March-June
Habitat:
Evergreen hill forests
Distribution:
Sylhet and Chittagong.
Uses:
The plant has an ornamental value. The leaves are
Description:

A large shrub or small tree, 2.5-6.5 m tall, deciduous. Leaves petiolate, petioles c 7 mm long, lamina lanceolate to obovate, 3.0-7.2 × 1.5-3.8 cm, apex acuminate to obtuse, base rounded, abaxially pilose, margin denticulate, nerves 6-10 pairs. Inflorescence terminal and axillary, few-flowered panicles, 4-12 cm long, pilose, bracts c 1.5 mm long, hirtellous, linear, caducous. Calyx lobes 0.5-1.7 × 0.5-1.3 mm, minutely serrate, hirsute. Corolla lobes 3.0-5.2 × 1.2-3.8 mm, entire to minutely denticulate. Stamens 40-60, filiform, filaments connate at the base into 5 bundles, adnate to the base of the corolla. Ovary bicarpellate, inferior, 2-loculed, styles glabrous, stigmas capitate, each locule with 2-3 ovules. Fruits obliquely ovoid or globose, 3-7 mm long, black when ripe. Seed 1, with curved embryo.

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:
spike
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
pentamerous
floral attachment:
polypetalous
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:
Symplocaceae
Genus:
Symplocos
Species:
Symplocos pyrifolia
Author Name:
Wall. ex G. Don
synonyms:
No Data
Local Name:
No Data
English Name:
No Data
Fruits & Flowering Period:
November-March
Habitat:
Evergreen forests.
Distribution:
Sylhet
Uses:
No Data
Description:

A small tree, 6.0-7.5 m tall. Leaves petiolate, petioles c 2 cm long, lamina lanceolate to broadly lanceolate, 10.0-13.5 × 3.0-4.5 cm, acuminate at the apex, cuneate at the base, serrulate, nerves 10-11 pairs, subparallel, arcuate, midrib prominent beneath. Inflorescence axillary racemes, 2-3 cm long, finely pubescent. Flowers subsessile, creamy-white, faintly scented, bracts lanceolate, enclosing three-fourth of the flowers, margin vilose, bracteoles ensiform. Calyx lobes triangular to lanceolate, 1.0-1.5 × 0.8-1.0 mm, apex densely silky. Corolla lobes 4-5 × 1.0-2.0 mm. Stamens 25, filaments very slender, longer than the corolla lobes. Disc vilose, enclosing style base. Fruits ellipsoid, 6.5 × 3.0 mm, somewhat curved, 1-3 seeded. Seeds cylindrical somewhat oblique.

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:
spike
floral symmetry:
actinomorphic
floral type:
pentamerous
floral attachment:
polypetalous
corolla aestivation:
imbricate
fruit:
drupe
sexual Reproductive Unit:
covered seed