(Roxb.) F.A.Barkley, Toxicodendron parviflorum Kuntze
||Yellow - Orange
||Tungala, Raitung, Tumra, Tung
|English / Trade Name
||Small Flowered Poison Sumac.
|Vernacular /Local Name
||700 to1100 m
||Fruit small, round, red when ripe.
||Grows in dry hot slopes of the Siwalik Himalayas from and South India.
||Himalayas, from Kumaun to Bhutan and Nepal.
||Smooth, brownish in colour.
|Distribution in Haryana
||Alternate (leaves born singly along stem)
|Description of Species
||Shrub, up to 3 m tall. Bark smooth; young parts densely covered with dark grey pubescence. Leaves imparipinnate, leaflets usually three, terminal much larger than the other two, obovate or suborbicular, crenate, hairy above, pubescent beneath. Flowers in terminal, branching panicles. yellowish, fragrant. Fruit a drupe, small, round, red when ripe.
||Leaves compound, much branched bearing stalked leaves with 3 leaflets. End leaflet is larger than the other two; leaflets obovate, with rounded tips, tapering bases, and irregularly toothed margins.