ⓘ Ulmus wallichiana subsp. xanthoderma. The elm Ulmus wallichiana subsp. xanthoderma was identified by Melville and Heybroek after the latters expedition to the H ..

                                     

ⓘ Ulmus wallichiana subsp. xanthoderma

The elm Ulmus wallichiana subsp. xanthoderma was identified by Melville and Heybroek after the latters expedition to the Himalaya in 1960. The tree is of more western distribution than subsp. wallichiana, from Afghanistan to Kashmir.

                                     

1. Description

A deciduous tree growing to 30 m with a crown comprising several ascending branches. The bark of the trunk is pale grey, coarsely furrowed longitudinally. The branchlets become orange- or yellow-brown, glandular at first, not hairy. The leaves range from 5.6–14 cm long by 3–7.5 cm broad, elliptic-acuminate in shape, and with a glabrous upper surface, on petioles 7–10 mm long. The inflorescence is slightly glandular, almost glabrous. The samarae are orbicular to obovate, with a few glandular hairs; the seed central.

                                     
  • Ulmus wallichiana subsp wallichiana was identified by Melville and Heybroek after the latter s expedition to the Himalaya in 1960. A deciduous tree growing
  • Ulmus wallichiana Planch., the Himalayan elm, also known as the Kashmir elm and Bhutan elm, is a mountain tree ranging from central Nuristan in Afghanistan
  • specific name for what was later sunk as a subspecies xanthoderma of the Himalayan Elm U. wallichiana To add to the confusion, specimens of what was later
  • expedition to the Himalaya in 1960. The tree is very similar to Ulmus wallichiana subsp wallichiana but distinguished by young stems and lower surfaces of leaves
  • Ulmus minor subsp canescens is a small deciduous tree occasionally known by the common names grey elm, grey - leafed elm, and hoary elm. Its natural range
  • European Ulmus glabra Botanical Society Report. 9: 785. Retrieved 29 August 2017. bioportal.naturalis.nl L.1587168 Ulmus glabra Huds. subsp montana
  • 1938 and describing it as a form of Cornish Elm. Ulmus stricta var. goodyeri Melville Ulmus minor subsp angustifolia var. goodyeri Richens The tree is
  • Name: Ulmus chumlia Melville Heybroek Ulmus brandisiana C. K. Schneid. Accepted Name: Ulmus wallichiana subsp xanthoderma Melville Heybroek Ulmus Broadleaf
  • elm. Many publications, however, continue to use plain Ulmus minor for Richens s Ulmus minor subsp minor. Indeed Dr Max Coleman of Royal Botanic Garden
  • the JC Raulston Arboretum, Raleigh, North Carolina 2019 labelled Ulmus minor subsp minor Pendula Weeping small - leaved elm has U. pumila - type fruit
  • did not prove hardy. Ulmus brandisiana, a naturally occurring hybrid arising from a cross of U. chumlia and Ulmus wallichiana first identified and
  • clone 202 itself a hybrid of the Exeter Elm Ulmus Exoniensis and Himalayan Elm Ulmus wallichiana The tree is distinguished solely by its dense root