Family Ebenaceae

Diospyros confertiflora
kayu arangMalaya, Borneo, Sumatra, Bangka. Medium tree to 27m and 1.3m girth. Separate male and female flowers, fruit a berry with fibrous to fleshy pericarp, ovoid and curved to one side.Diosp-confertiflora_le
Diospyros-confertiflora 
Diospyros diepenhorstii
kayu arangMalaya, Thailand, Borneo, Sumatra, Philippines. Uncommon, scattered in lowland forest. Small tree to 17m. Separate male and female flowers, fruit a berry with fibrous to fleshy pericarp.Diospyros-diepenhorstii2
Diospyros-diepenhorstii 
Diospyros discolorbuah mentega

Native to Philippines. Twigs velvety, Occasionally cultivated in Malaya
for edible fruits. Separate male and female flowers, fruit a berry
with fibrous to fleshy pericarp. (Lat. having many colours).

Diospyros-discolor
Diospyros sp.kayu arang, buey, tuba buah

70 spp. in Malaya, in all habitats exc. mangroves. An extraordinary 22 spp. endemic, this one not yet described. Fruits of several used as fish poison.

Diospyros-sp
Diospyros sp (ismailii?)kayu arang, buey, tuba buah

Trees without latex, black bark; terminalia like Myristicaceae, but no red sap in bark. >70 spp in Malaya, many endemic. Some w edible fruit, berry w fibrous-fleshy pericarp.

Diospiros-sp-new-leaf

 Diospiros-sp
Diospyros ‘kluang’kayu arang, buey, tuba buah

70 spp. in Malaya, in all habitats exc. mangroves. An extraordinary 22 spp endemic, this sp. as yet undescribed. Fruits of several used as fish poison.

 Diospiros-kluang