cks;a úl%uf.a lshkafka mqxÑ ;srfhka jf.au ß§ ;srfhka ksrka;rfhka olskak ,efnk rx.k Ys,amsfhla’ úúO pß; Tiafia Tyqj olskak ,efnk ksid Tyq jgd úYd, fma%laIl msßila bkakjd’
b;sx” wog ^14& fhÈ ;sfnk wdorjka;hskaf.a Èkh fjkqfjka Tyq wmQre fdfgda IQÜ tlla lr,d ;snqKd’ fï jkúg th cks;af.a fianqla .sKqu fj; tla lr we;s w;r” Bg rislhskaf.a fkduo m%;spdrhla ,efnñka ;sfnkjd’
tu PdhdrEm tl;=j my;ska’
A Sri Lankan Legume Tree was was discovered near the Daraluwa Railway Station in Gampaha, leading to much controversy over the attempts to remove the endangered plant.
The rare species of Crudia zeylanica or Sri Lankan Legume was discovered and named a new species in 1868.
The IUCN Red List of 2006 categorized the species as extinct; so does the National Red List of 2012, prepared by Sri Lanka’s Ministry of Environment.