Hiptage benghalensis (L.) Kurz Accepted Name . Hiptage madablota Gaertn. মাধবীলতা Madhabilata. English. Hiptage,. Clustered hiptage,. Madhavi latha. H. benghalensis has spread in the tropics after introduction as an ornamental from its native South and South-East Asia. It continues to be available. Madhavi lata, native from India to the Philippines, is a vine like plant that is often cultivated in the tropics for its attractive and fragrant flowers. A woody climbing.

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Weeds of Australia – Biosecurity Queensland Edition Fact Sheet

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It is often used as an ornamental species. Fruit Samara with 3 unequal wings, golden brown. This site records the top invasive plants in Queensland. Petals 5, white, 1.


Weed species should receive high priority for exclusion from entry into the country and promptly evaluated for eradication if found to be present. Sheldon Navie leaves Photo: Banisteria tetrapteraSonnerat Banisteria unicapsularisLam. Additions to the known larval host plants of Indian Lepidoptera Desc: It prefers light areas, although seedlings are shade tolerant, and it is tolerant of mild droughts.

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Hiptage benghalensis — Wikipédia

Young branches are greyish-green in colour and have numerous tiny whitish raised spots i. Terrestrial Expert in the botany of French Polynesia and the Pacific Islands, and has worked on ecology and biological control of Miconia calvescens in French Polynesia. Kurz forma macroptera Merr. Medicinal Uses of Hiptage benghalensis. In northern Queensland there is a much larger infestation near Mossman. Global Invasive Species Database.

The bark, leaves and flowers are aromatic, bitter, acrid, astringent, refrigerant, vulnerary, expectorant, cardiotonic, anti-inflammatory and insecticidal. Dry fruits are propelled by wind to places where the seeds are released. Description Top of page H.


Assessment of Invasive naturalized plants benghalnsis south-east Queensland. Hiptage benghalensis Hiptage Moraceae. Known or potential benefits of the species for humans, at a direct economic level, as instruments of education, prospecting, eco-tourism, etc. Powered by the open source Biodiversity Informatics Platform. Each fruit contains rounded i. Case studies on the status of invasive woody plant species in the Western Indian Ocean. Lepidoptera in assam university campus and its vic Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney, Distribution Top of page H.

Comprehensive information concerning taxonomy, distribution, life-history and ecology. Renu, Sanjana Julias Thilakar, D. Friedmann, ; Lorence and Sussman, ; Hiptae and Fuller, Encyclopedia of Life EOL. Prevention and Control Top of page Mechanical Control Mechanical control without a follow-up chemical treatment is not effective. Dried branches peel off in hiptagr.

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