Syzygium hemisphericum (Wight) Alston 
Synonym                    : Eugenia hemispherica Wight
Family                        : Myrtaceae
Local Names              : Payanjaval, Tholnjaval, Venjara, Venyara
Flowering and fruiting period: March – June
Distribution: South India and Sri Lanka
Habitat: Evergreen and shola forests
IUCN status: Data Deficient
Endemic: Yes
Uses: used in folk medicine
Key Characters: Trees, to 27 m high, bark surface dark-brown, smooth. Leaves simple, opposite, elliptic, elliptic-lanceolate, margin entire. Flowers bisexual, white or rose, densely packed. Calyx tube shortly and stoutly obconic, lobes 4, obtuse; disc thick. Petals 4, free; stamens many, bent inwards in middle regularly when in bud; filaments 15 mm long. Ovary inferior, 2-celled, ovules many; style slender; stigma slightly acute. Fruit a berry, globose, purple, crowned by calyx lobes.