Botanical name: Phyllanthus macraei Family: Phyllanthaceae (Amla family)
Synonyms: Macraea rheedei, Diasperus macraei
Macrae's Leaf-Flower is a shrubby, quite hairless plant. The species name macraei is in the honor of the Scottish botanist James Macrae. Leaves are 2.5-4 cm long, almost stalkless, broadly elliptic or oblong, rounded at both ends. Stipules are peltate. Male flowers are clustered, short-stalked. Stalks of the female flowers are about as long as the leaves. Filaments are free, anthers didymous, ovary velvety, styles free, reflexed. Macrae's Leaf-Flower is found in peninsular India.
Identification credit: U. Senthilkumar
The flower labeled Macrae's Leaf-Flower is ...