Family Sapindaceae

Lepisanthes alata

Java, Borneo, Philippines. Small trees, twigs glabrous, rachis distinctly
winged (Lat. alata). Mainly cultivated in villages on east coast.

Lepisanthes rubiginosa
kelat layu, mertajam

Small white fragrant flowers, fruit ripening from yellow, red, purple,
to black. Common in K. Baru.

Lepisanthes-rubiginosa
Mischocarpus sundaicus

sugi

Common on sandy coasts, islands & estuaries or coastal swamps. India to Australia. Small tree to 6m, bushy crown. Young leaves pinkish and edible. Fr Tunas Harapan 6.2012.

Nephelium costatum Hiern

Endemic, Perak, Pahang, Selangor, NS & Melaka.  3-4 prs leaflets glabrous under.  Fr TH 6.2012

Nephelium juglandifolium

rambutan hutan, rambutan pachat

Sumatra, Java, Malaya. Lowland forest.To 30m tall, 3-7 prs leaflets. Fruits slightly flattened ellipsoid. Lat. leaves like the walnut Juglands.

Nephelium-juglandifolium
Nephelium mutabile

pulasan

Like rambutan, but leaflets narrower, dark glossy green above, pale
& glaucous beneath. Crimson to purple fruit with blunt fleshy
spines. Pulp pale yellow, separates cleanly from seed.

Nephelium mutabile trunk.

Pometia pinnata
kasai

Sri Lanka, Andamans, S. China. Malesia. Leaf margins dentate, every
other secondary nerve ending in a tooth. Spreading crown. Three forms
recognised, edible fruits, young red foliage.

Pometia ridleyi

kasia daun licin

Malaya, Sumatra. Perak, Pahang, NS, Selangor. Large trees to 50 m. Boles with 2 m buttresses, bark dippled brown. Primary forests, hill slopes, by streams. Leaf secondary veins sunken above, looping up without ending at the margins under.

Pometia ridleyi stem.

Pometia ridleyi.
Xerospermum laevigatum Radlk.

rambutan pacat, gong

Burma, Malaya, Sumatra, Borneo. Lat. smooth.
Syn. with X. acuminatum Radlk. Lowland forest.
To 30m, leaflets opposite, monoecious. Flesh
around seed is edible, pulped stone/leaves are
used to alleviate stomach ache.1 from TH 11/09.

Xeropspermum noronhianum Xeropspermum noronhianum Bl.

rambutan pacat, kikir buntal

2 spp, Bangladesh-Indo China.  Common in low lying forest in Malaya. To 25m, leaves w/1/2/3 prs opposite leaflets; flat glands above axis of veins or scattered over leaf. Fruit yellow. 2 specimens June 2008.

Xeropspermum noronhianum new leaf.