- Family Mimosaceae
- Family Myristicaceae
India, S. China, Malesia. Scattered in lowland forest in Malaya. Sap
The family includes cempedak and nangka; this species rare, in lowland
Sumatra, Borneo, Java, Malaya. Small tree to 18m, underside of leaf glaucous. Uncommon in hill & lowland forest. 1 fr TH 11.09
Widely distributed in Malaya but not abundant. Sumatra, Banka, Rhiau.
|Artocarpus nitidus spp. griffithii
Siam, Indo-China, Sumatra, Borneo. In Malaya frequent in lowland forests,
Frequent in lowland & hill forest all SE Asia. Thick white latex
terap hitam, nangka pipit
Sumatra, Lingga. Scattered throughout Malaya in lowland forest. V.
S. Asia to Australia. Common in the middle or north of Malaya, but not reported south of Selangor. These self-sewn. Twigs, leaves and figs set with short bristly white hairs. Figs on leafless hanging twigs from the trunks and main branches; ropes of figs up to 90 cm long, sometimes trailing on ground. Figs with 7-9 deeply coloured faint ribs radiating from the mouth, ripening greenish yellow.
India, s. China, Malesia. Very common. Small tree to 15m. Young twigs
Assam, Burma, Thailand. Listed by Corner of local interest in Perlis: “By the road at Bukit Ketri, where guano is collected from the precipitous sides, there is a large but rare strangling fig.” Twigs dark brown with white spots.
Himalayas, South China, Thailand. Figs have latex, twigs marked with
Twigs with ring stipule scar at each node. Latex. Flowers small, 3
Indian mulberry, besaram
North India. Leaves fed to silk worms or cattle. To Chinese, all parts
|Prainea limpato var. longipedunculata
from Sumatran name limpatoe
V. rare, from Ulu Gombak FR, Selangor. Dioecious trees, male head w/numerous flowers, female head has fewer. Peduncles (female flower stem) of this var. up to 25 cm long. 3 new specimens Dec 2007.
Malaya, Sumatra, Borneo. Frequent in open country, often coppiced.
| Streblus ilicifolius
merlimau, kemuning akar, semantan
India to Timor, not Java. Common in dry forest, on limestone hills and rocks, rarely in the open. Fruit covered by enlarged sepals.