(Poir.) Baill., Phyllanthus dalbergioides (Müll.Arg.) Wall. ex J.J.Sm, Anisonema dubium Blume
||Kale Madhu Ka Per, Makhi
|English / Trade Name
||Black-Honey Shrub, black-berried featherfoil, potato-bush, netted-leaved leaf-flower
|Vernacular /Local Name
||Up to 1800 m
||Fruit a berry. subglobose, purplish-black when ripe. Seeds 8-10, surrounded by pulp.
||Commonly found with khair and sissu on the river banks.
||Greenish brown in colour and smooth in texture.
|Distribution in Haryana
||Ambala, Karnal, Kurukshetra, Morni-Pinjore
||Alternate (leaves born singly along stem)
|Description of Species
||A straggling or subscandent shrub. Leaves elliptic ot oblong, less often obovate, subacute to rounded at the apex, subcordate, rounded or cuneate at the base. Flowers green or purplish in axillary, few flowered fascicles. Male flowers. Stamens 5, the inner 3 connate, outer 2 free and shorter. Female flowers. Ovary 5-10-celled. Fruit a berry. subglobose, purplish-black when ripe. Seeds 8-10, surrounded by pulp.
||Leaves elliptic ot oblong, less often obovate, subacute to rounded at the apex, subcordate, rounded or cuneate at the base.