- Family Chrysobalanaceae
- Family Rutaceae
Malaya, Andamans, Sumatra, Borneo. Througout Malaya, lowland to mountain forest, also on limestone. Showy fragrant inflorescence. Two planted on corners of plaza 07.
Deciduous monopodial to 30m, stiff outstanding limbs, drooping at
Thailand, throughout Malaya, common in north. Small tree to 15m. Leaves
Small tree found in swampy habitat, at Tasek Bera, gelam forest in Trengganu and at G. Ulu Kali. Calyx tube with 7-10 narrow wings, fruits with wings down from calyx cup.
Sumatra, Java, Borneo and Thailand. Throughout Malaya in lowland and
pecah periok/piring/pasu, jenjarum
120 spp, generally tropical, 20 spp in Malaya. Flowers in clusters at branch ends, long corolla tube, 4 spreading petals. Attracts butterflies. 2 new specimens December 2007.
triang, silver timon
Sumatra, Banka, Riouw, Anambas. In secondary lowland forest up to 500m. Lower leaf surface completely covered by silvery appressed hairs. Flowers unisexual, plants dioecious. 160 spp from Sri Lanka to Pacific, 14 spp in Malaya.