Family Burseraceae

Canarium littorale
kedondong bulanSumatra, Indo-China, Borneo, Java. Commonest Canarium from all states.
Up to 40m and 2m girth. Bark grey green to yellowish brown, dippled
and scaly, many small lenticles.

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Canarium-littorale
Dacryodes kingii

kedondong

Throughout Malaya, common, endemic. Small tree or large shrub in lowland and hill Dipterocarp forest. Name from Greek, dakruon, a tear, referring to resin droplets on bark surface. Located NW of Bulatan Plong.

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Dacryodes rostrata
kedondong kerutIndo-china, Indonesia. All states exc. Kelantan. 12 spp. in Malaya,
in lowland and hill Dipterocarp forests, & swamp. Large tree w/small
buttresses. Leaf rachis strongly swollen at junction with leaf stalk;
flowers Mar-Oct, fruits Sep-Mar. Leaflets rigidly papery.
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