Manipur Forest Flora
A Comprehensive Database of Ligneous Plants of Manipur (India)
Designed & Developed by Forest Research Institute, Dehradun

Complete Taxonomic details of Species: Cordia dichotoma G.Forst.

Family: Boraginaceae Genus: Cordia Species: Cordia dichotoma G.Forst.






Synonym Cordia myxa, Cordia sebestina, Cordia oblique Flower Color White
Common Name Lasora, Gunda,Bahuar, Vad Gundo Flower Type Corymb
English / Trade Name Fragrant Manjack, Snotty Gobbles, Glue Berry, Pink Pearl Flowering Period Jan-March
Vernacular /Local Name La-mok Laba Fruiting Period April-June
Altitude Up to about 1500 m Fruit Type Drupe
Habit Tree Fruit Details Fruit conical when young, yellow and gloosy when ripe, ovoid, .75 in. diameter, usually 1-seeded, filled with a viscid sweetish pulp.
Habitat Occurs in a variety of forests ranging from the dry deciduous forests Bark Type Fissured
Distribution India, Pakistan, Srilanka, Bhutan and Bangladesh Bark Details Bark ashy or brownish with shallow longituditional wrinkles
Distribution in manipur Eastern Origin Native
    Leaf Type Simple
    Leaf Arrangement Alternate (leaves born singly along stem)
    Leaf Shape Elliptic
Description of Species It is a small to moderate-sized deciduous tree with a short bole and spreading crown, stem bark is greyish brown, smooth or longitudinally wrinkled Leaf Details Leaves variable 1-5 by 1-3.3 in., acute or blunty cuminate

Specimen's Details / Live Plants Details

No Specimen Found