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Anacardiaceae

Anacardiaceae R.Br. - Sumac Family

1. Mangifera indica L.

(Mangifera amba, Mangifera anisodora, Mangifera austro-yunnanensis, Mangifera domestica, Mangifera gladiata, Mangifera integrifolia, Mangifera kukula, Mangifera laurina, Mangifera linnaei, Mangifera maritima, Mangifera montana, Mangifera racemosa, Mangifera rostrata, Mangifera rubra, Mangifera sativa, Mangifera viridis)

Common names: mango tree

Extract from Wikipedia article: Mangifera indica (Mangifera indica) is a species of mango in the Anacardiaceae family. It is found in the wild in India and cultivated varieties have been introduced to other warm regions of the world. It is the largest fruit-tree in the world, capable of a height of one-hundred feet and an average circumference of twelve to fourteen feet, sometimes reaching twenty. The species appears to have been domesticated in India at around 2000 BC. The species was brought to East Asia around 400-500 BCE from India; next, in the 15th century to the Philippines; and then, in the 16th century to Africa and Brazil by the Portuguese. The species was described for science by Linnaeus in 1753.

LinkDry rusty brown leaves and inflorescence of mango tree (Mangifera indica) on the ground near Al Muhandiseen Street in West Bay. Doha, Qatar, May 7, 2014
LinkGlossy leaves of mango tree (Mangifera indica)(?) in Dahl Al Hamam Park at Al Markhiya Street. Doha, Qatar, April 26, 2016
LinkLeaves of mango tree (Mangifera indica) in Dahl Al Hamam Park at Al Markhiya Street. Doha, Qatar, April 26, 2016
LinkMango tree (Mangifera indica)(?) with brownish leaves in Dahl Al Hamam Park at Al Markhiya Street. Doha, Qatar, May 3, 2016

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