- Family Annonaceae
- Family Araucariaceae
W. Malesia, common in open country. Up to 40m. Pagoda tree with terminalia
pulai penipu bukit
Malesia. Selangor, Trengganu northward. To 30m, 2m girth. Crown dense, deep, not spreading or tiered. Leaves mostly in whorls of 4 (rarely 3), with distinct slender stalk.
Throughout Malaya, except the north. Lowlands and seasonal swamp;
Big to huge unbuttressed tree. Terminalia branching, leaves in whorls
Common just north of Kuala Lumpur where forest remains. Soft and light
Central America. Flowers sweet, cool, fragrant. Used to prevent heat
Liana, seed dispersed by primates and birds.