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Phanera vahlii

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Phanera vahlii
Bauhinia vahlii in Ananthagiri forest, AP W IMG 9204.jpg
Flower in Ananthagiri Hills, in Ranga Reddy district of Andhra Pradesh, India
Scientific classification
P. vahlii
Binomial name
Phanera vahlii[4]
(Wight & Arn., 1834) Benth.
  • Bauhinia racemosa Vahl
  • Bauhinia vahlii Wight & Arn.
Pods of Phanera vahlii in Mathurapati Fulbari VDC Nepal
Pods of Phanera vahlii in Mathurapati Fulbari VDC Nepal

Phanera vahlii is a perennial creeper of the family Caesalpiniaceae native to the Indian subcontinent.

The roasted seeds of this woody climber are edible.[5]

Phanera species have 2–3 fertile stamens.[6]


Phanera vahlii is found from Sikkim and Nepal across India and Punjab, Pakistan.

Local names

In Hindi, it is called मालू malu, but also mahul, jallaur and jallur. In Nepali it is called भोर्ला bhorla. In Odia, it is called ; ସିଆଳି Siali, இலை மந்தாரை in Tamil. In Telugu, it is called అడ్డాకు.


  1. ^ The Legume Phylogeny Working Group (LPWG). (2017). "A new subfamily classification of the Leguminosae based on a taxonomically comprehensive phylogeny". Taxon. 66 (1): 44–77. doi:10.12705/661.3.
  2. ^ Sinou C, Forest F, Lewis GP, Bruneau A (2009). "The genus Bauhinia s.l. (Leguminosae): A phylogeny based on the plastid trnLtrnF region". Botany. 87 (10): 947–960. doi:10.1139/B09-065.
  3. ^ Wunderlin RP (2010). "Reorganization of the Cercideae (Fabaceae: Caesalpinioideae)" (PDF). Phytoneuron. 48: 1–5.
  4. ^ Sinou, C.; Forest, F.; Lewis, G. P.; Bruneau, A. (2009). "The genus Bauhinia s.l. (Leguminosae): a phylogeny based on the plastid trnLtrnF region". Botany. 87 (10): 947–960. doi:10.1139/B09-065.
  5. ^ Khan, M., & Hussain, S. (2014). Diversity of Wild Edible Plants and Flowering Phenology of District Poonch (J&K) in the Northwest Himalyay. Indian Journal Sci. Res 9(1): 32–38.
  6. ^ Wunderlin, R. P. (2010). "Reorganization of the Cercideae (Fabaceae: Caesalpinioideae)" (PDF). Phytoneuron. 48: 1–5.

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