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Bukit Tagar, Selangor, Malaysia.

 

Dillenia suffruticosa (Griff. ex Hook. f. & Thomson) Martelli. Dilleniaceae. CN: [Malay - Simpoh air; Borneo - Buan, Dungin, Simper ayer, Simpoh, Simpor, Simpor bini, Simpor rimba, Tambakau], San yawa, Shrubby dillenia, Shrubby simpohlenia, Shrubby simpoh. Native to Malesia (Indonesia - Kalimantan, Sumatra; Malaysia, Singapore; elsewhere naturalized and cultivated as ornamental. Shrub up to 10 m tall. Stipules absent. Leaves alternate, simple, penni-veined, petiole winged along the whole length. Flowers ca. 95 mm in diameter, yellow, placed in sometimes composed racemes. Fruits ca. 23 mm long, red, dehiscent capsule, seeds with scarlet aril. Medicinal properties of leaves and roots are used against inflamations, itch, stomach ache, and recovery after delivery. Also many magical properties. Planted as an ornamental.

 

Synonym(s):

Dillenia suffruticosa var. borneensis Ridl.

Wormia burbidgei Hook.f.

Wormia subsessilis Miq.

Wormia subsessilis var. borneensis Ridl.

Wormia suffruticosa Griff.

 

Ref and suggested reading:

www.ars-grin.gov/cgi-bin/npgs/html/taxon.pl?405518

www.asianplant.net/Dilleniaceae/Dillenia_suffruticosa.htm

 

Bukit Tagar, Selangor, Malaysia.

 

Dillenia suffruticosa (Griff. ex Hook. f. & Thomson) Martelli. Dilleniaceae. CN: [Malay - Simpoh air; Borneo - Buan, Dungin, Simper ayer, Simpoh, Simpor, Simpor bini, Simpor rimba, Tambakau], San yawa, Shrubby dillenia, Shrubby simpohlenia, Shrubby simpoh. Native to Malesia (Indonesia - Kalimantan, Sumatra; Malaysia, Singapore; elsewhere naturalized and cultivated as ornamental. Shrub up to 10 m tall. Stipules absent. Leaves alternate, simple, penni-veined, petiole winged along the whole length. Flowers ca. 95 mm in diameter, yellow, placed in sometimes composed racemes. Fruits ca. 23 mm long, red, dehiscent capsule, seeds with scarlet aril. Medicinal properties of leaves and roots are used against inflamations, itch, stomach ache, and recovery after delivery. Also many magical properties. Planted as an ornamental.

 

Synonym(s):

Dillenia suffruticosa var. borneensis Ridl.

Wormia burbidgei Hook.f.

Wormia subsessilis Miq.

Wormia subsessilis var. borneensis Ridl.

Wormia suffruticosa Griff.

 

Ref and suggested reading:

www.ars-grin.gov/cgi-bin/npgs/html/taxon.pl?405518

www.asianplant.net/Dilleniaceae/Dillenia_suffruticosa.htm

 

The Simpor is the National Flower of Brunei.

  

Dilleniaceae (Dillenia family) » Dillenia suffruticosa

 

dil-LEN-ee-uh -- named for Johann Jacob Dillen, German botanist and physician

suf-roo-tee-KO-sa -- meaning, somewhat shrubby

 

Origin: West Malesia

 

commonly known as: shrubby dillenia, simpoh

  

References: PIER species infoTop Tropicals

Dilleniaceae (Dillenia family) » Dillenia suffruticosa

 

dil-LEN-ee-uh -- named for Johann Jacob Dillen, German botanist and physician

suf-roo-tee-KO-sa -- meaning, somewhat shrubby

 

Origin: West Malesia

 

commonly known as: shrubby dillenia, simpoh

  

References: PIER species infoTop Tropicals

Kok Lanas, Kelantan, Malaysia.

(Image credit Dr. Abdul Aziz Zakaria, Malaysia).

 

A yellow-fleshed variant, mild-flavored often called Durian simpor. Durio graveolens Becc. Malvaceae. CN: [Malay and regional vernacular names - Durian burung, Durian kuning, Durian merah, Durian dalit, Durian otak udang galah, Tabelak. (Indonesian) : Durian anggang, Durian burung (Malay), Durian isa (Iban, Borneo) (Malay) : Durian burong (Malay, Sarawak), Durian isa (Iban, Borneo), Taula (Thai) : Thurian-rakka (peninsular)], Red-fleshed durian. Native to Malesia: Indonesia - Kalimantan, Sumatra; Malaysia [Malaya]; also cultivated. Large tree up to 50 m (160 ft) tall. Cylindrical bole branch-less for up to ca. 25 m and up to 100 cm in diameter having steep buttresses up to 3 m high, bark surface smooth, finely cracked or flaky, reddish-brown or grayish-mauve.The husk of its fruit is orange-yellow, covered with pyramidal 1 cm (0.4 in) long spines. The fruit has sweet crimson-colored flesh and a fragrance of roasted almonds. Apparently, most wild species the aril around the seed is edible but not very juice, hardly fragrant and not very tasty. The species is one of the important sources of durian timber in Sarawak.

 

Ref. and suggested reading:

FRIM Flora Database

www.theplantlist.org/tpl/record/kew-2779444

www.ars-grin.gov/cgi-bin/npgs/html/taxon.pl?403404

www.worldagroforestrycentre.org/sea/products/afdbases/af/...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Durio_species

www.yearofthedurian.com/2012/10/philippines-durio-graveol...

Dilleniaceae (Dillenia family) » Dillenia suffruticosa

 

dil-LEN-ee-uh -- named for Johann Jacob Dillen, German botanist and physician

suf-roo-tee-KO-sa -- meaning, somewhat shrubby

 

commonly known as: shrubby dillenia, simpoh

 

Native of: w Malesia; naturalized: Sri Lanka, Jamaica; cultivated elsewhere

  

References: PIER species infoNPGS / GRINTop Tropicals

Dilleniaceae (Dillenia family) » Dillenia suffruticosa

 

dil-LEN-ee-uh -- named for Johann Jacob Dillen, German botanist and physician

suf-roo-tee-KO-sa -- meaning, somewhat shrubby

 

Origin: West Malesia

 

commonly known as: shrubby dillenia, simpoh

  

References: PIER species infoTop Tropicals

Dilleniaceae (Dillenia family) » Dillenia suffruticosa

 

dil-LEN-ee-uh -- named for Johann Jacob Dillen, German botanist and physician

suf-roo-tee-KO-sa -- meaning, somewhat shrubby

 

Origin: West Malesia

 

commonly known as: shrubby dillenia, simpoh

  

References: PIER species infoTop Tropicals

Bukit Tagar, Selangor, Malaysia.

 

Dillenia suffruticosa (Griff. ex Hook. f. & Thomson) Martelli. Dilleniaceae. CN: [Malay - Simpoh air; Borneo - Buan, Dungin, Simper ayer, Simpoh, Simpor, Simpor bini, Simpor rimba, Tambakau], San yawa, Shrubby dillenia, Shrubby simpohlenia, Shrubby simpoh. Native to Malesia (Indonesia - Kalimantan, Sumatra; Malaysia, Singapore; elsewhere naturalized and cultivated as ornamental. Shrub up to 10 m tall. Stipules absent. Leaves alternate, simple, penni-veined, petiole winged along the whole length. Flowers ca. 95 mm in diameter, yellow, placed in sometimes composed racemes. Fruits ca. 23 mm long, red, dehiscent capsule, seeds with scarlet aril. Medicinal properties of leaves and roots are used against inflamations, itch, stomach ache, and recovery after delivery. Also many magical properties. Planted as an ornamental.

 

Synonym(s):

Dillenia suffruticosa var. borneensis Ridl.

Wormia burbidgei Hook.f.

Wormia subsessilis Miq.

Wormia subsessilis var. borneensis Ridl.

Wormia suffruticosa Griff.

 

Ref and suggested reading:

www.ars-grin.gov/cgi-bin/npgs/html/taxon.pl?405518

www.asianplant.net/Dilleniaceae/Dillenia_suffruticosa.htm

 

Dilleniaceae (Dillenia family) » Dillenia suffruticosa

 

dil-LEN-ee-uh -- named for Johann Jacob Dillen, German botanist and physician

suf-roo-tee-KO-sa -- meaning, somewhat shrubby

 

commonly known as: shrubby dillenia, simpoh

 

Native of: w Malesia; naturalized: Sri Lanka, Jamaica; cultivated elsewhere

  

References: PIER species infoNPGS / GRINTop Tropicals

Dilleniaceae (Dillenia family) » Dillenia suffruticosa

 

dil-LEN-ee-uh -- named for Johann Jacob Dillen, German botanist and physician

suf-roo-tee-KO-sa -- meaning, somewhat shrubby

 

Origin: West Malesia

 

commonly known as: shrubby dillenia, simpoh

  

References: PIER species infoTop Tropicals

Dilleniaceae (Dillenia family) » Dillenia suffruticosa

 

dil-LEN-ee-uh -- named for Johann Jacob Dillen, German botanist and physician

suf-roo-tee-KO-sa -- meaning, somewhat shrubby

 

commonly known as: shrubby dillenia, simpoh

 

Native of: w Malesia; naturalized: Sri Lanka, Jamaica; cultivated elsewhere

  

References: PIER species infoNPGS / GRINTop Tropicals

Bukit Tagar, Selangor, Malaysia.

 

Dillenia excelsa (Jack) Gilg in Engl. & Pr. Dilleniaceae. CN: [Malay - Simpoh ungu; Borneo vernacular names - Alang alung, Beringing, Gara, Jamihing, Jelangin, Jengin, Jing, Joching, Kajamihing, Kajuringin, Kandikara, Kanigara, Kegihing, Pampan, Randaman, Ringin, Rongin, Saramohing, Simpoh, Simpor laki, Simporotan, Simpur, Simpur bukit, Simpur laki, Tidahura, Tjumihing, Urip; Indonesia - Sempur segel, Simpur talang], Sam-dan, Katmonlayugan, Blue simpoh. Sub-canopy tree up to 25 m tall and 34 cm dbh. Stipules absent. Leaves alternate, simple, penni-veined, margin usually entire (Margin not entire and coarse; apex acute to obtuse; secondary veins, 9 pairs; pubescent on both surfaces) >. Flowers ca. 55 mm in diameter, yellow, placed in simple or composed racemes (Inflorescence-raceme; stamens purple). Fruits ca. 28 mm long, red-purplish, dehiscent capsule with arilate seeds.

 

Synonym(s):

Capallia multiflora Bl.

Capellia pauciflora Zoll. & Mor.

Dillenia excelsa var. borneensis Merr.

Dillenia excelsa var. pubescens Corn. ex Masamune

Dillenia excelsa var. tomentella Cor. ex Masamune

Dillenia glabra Martelli in Becc.

Dillenia magnoliaefolia Martelli in Becc.

Dillenia mattanensis Martelli in Becc.

Dillenia oblonga Gilg in Engl. & Pr.

Dillenia secunda Hunter

Dillenia tomentella Martelli in Becc.

Wormia excelsa Jack

Wormia excelsa forma grandifolia Miq.

Wormia excelsa var. borneensis Miq.

Wormia excelsa var. pubescens Corn.

Wormia excelsa var. tomentella Corn.

Wormia grandifolia Miq.

Wormia oblonga Wall.

Wormia pauciflora Koord. & Val.

Wormia tomentella Ridl.

 

Ref and suggested reading:

www.asianplant.net/Dilleniaceae/Dillenia_excelsa.htm

simpoh.blogspot.com/ - key used in taxon identification.

 

Bukit Tagar, Selangor, Malaysia.

 

Dillenia suffruticosa (Griff. ex Hook. f. & Thomson) Martelli. Dilleniaceae. CN: [Malay - Simpoh air; Borneo - Buan, Dungin, Simper ayer, Simpoh, Simpor, Simpor bini, Simpor rimba, Tambakau], San yawa, Shrubby dillenia, Shrubby simpohlenia, Shrubby simpoh. Native to Malesia (Indonesia - Kalimantan, Sumatra; Malaysia, Singapore; elsewhere naturalized and cultivated as ornamental. Shrub up to 10 m tall. Stipules absent. Leaves alternate, simple, penni-veined, petiole winged along the whole length. Flowers ca. 95 mm in diameter, yellow, placed in sometimes composed racemes. Fruits ca. 23 mm long, red, dehiscent capsule, seeds with scarlet aril. Medicinal properties of leaves and roots are used against inflamations, itch, stomach ache, and recovery after delivery. Also many magical properties. Planted as an ornamental.

 

Synonym(s):

Dillenia suffruticosa var. borneensis Ridl.

Wormia burbidgei Hook.f.

Wormia subsessilis Miq.

Wormia subsessilis var. borneensis Ridl.

Wormia suffruticosa Griff.

 

Ref and suggested reading:

www.ars-grin.gov/cgi-bin/npgs/html/taxon.pl?405518

www.asianplant.net/Dilleniaceae/Dillenia_suffruticosa.htm

 

Kok Lanas, Kelantan, Malaysia.

(Image credit Dr. Abdul Aziz Zakaria, Malaysia).

 

A yellow-fleshed variant, mild-flavored often called Durian simpor. Durio graveolens Becc. Malvaceae. CN: [Malay and regional vernacular names - Durian burung, Durian kuning, Durian merah, Durian otak udang galah, Tabelak. (Indonesian) : Durian anggang, Durian burung (Malay), Durian isa (Iban, Borneo) (Malay) : Durian burong (Malay, Sarawak), Durian isa (Iban, Borneo), Taula (Thai) : Thurian-rakka (peninsular)], Red-fleshed durian. Native to Malesia: Indonesia - Kalimantan, Sumatra; Malaysia [Malaya]; also cultivated. Large tree up to 50 m (160 ft) tall. Cylindrical bole branch-less for up to ca. 25 m and up to 100 cm in diameter having steep buttresses up to 3 m high, bark surface smooth, finely cracked or flaky, reddish-brown or grayish-mauve.The husk of its fruit is orange-yellow, covered with pyramidal 1 cm (0.4 in) long spines. The fruit has sweet crimson-colored flesh and a fragrance of roasted almonds. Apparently, most wild species the aril around the seed is edible but not very juice, hardly fragrant and not very tasty. The species is one of the important sources of durian timber in Sarawak.

 

Ref. and suggested reading:

FRIM Flora Database

www.theplantlist.org/tpl/record/kew-2779444

www.ars-grin.gov/cgi-bin/npgs/html/taxon.pl?403404

www.worldagroforestrycentre.org/sea/products/afdbases/af/...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Durio_species

www.yearofthedurian.com/2012/10/philippines-durio-graveol...

Our first birthday for Saturday Safari! Back to where it all Started at the famous Rockhampton Botanical Gardens. Spring flowers contest.

Dilleniaceae (Dillenia family) » Dillenia suffruticosa

 

dil-LEN-ee-uh -- named for Johann Jacob Dillen, German botanist and physician

suf-roo-tee-KO-sa -- meaning, somewhat shrubby

 

Origin: West Malesia

 

commonly known as: shrubby dillenia, simpoh

  

References: PIER species infoTop Tropicals

Bukit Tagar, Selangor, Malaysia.

 

Dillenia excelsa (Jack) Gilg in Engl. & Pr. Dilleniaceae. CN: [Malay - Simpoh ungu; Borneo vernacular names - Alang alung, Beringing, Gara, Jamihing, Jelangin, Jengin, Jing, Joching, Kajamihing, Kajuringin, Kandikara, Kanigara, Kegihing, Pampan, Randaman, Ringin, Rongin, Saramohing, Simpoh, Simpor laki, Simporotan, Simpur, Simpur bukit, Simpur laki, Tidahura, Tjumihing, Urip; Indonesia - Sempur segel, Simpur talang], Sam-dan, Katmonlayugan, Blue simpoh. Sub-canopy tree up to 25 m tall and 34 cm dbh. Stipules absent. Leaves alternate, simple, penni-veined, margin usually entire (Margin not entire and coarse; apex acute to obtuse; secondary veins, 9 pairs; pubescent on both surfaces) >. Flowers ca. 55 mm in diameter, yellow, placed in simple or composed racemes (Inflorescence-raceme; stamens purple). Fruits ca. 28 mm long, red-purplish, dehiscent capsule with arilate seeds.

 

Synonym(s):

Capallia multiflora Bl.

Capellia pauciflora Zoll. & Mor.

Dillenia excelsa var. borneensis Merr.

Dillenia excelsa var. pubescens Corn. ex Masamune

Dillenia excelsa var. tomentella Cor. ex Masamune

Dillenia glabra Martelli in Becc.

Dillenia magnoliaefolia Martelli in Becc.

Dillenia mattanensis Martelli in Becc.

Dillenia oblonga Gilg in Engl. & Pr.

Dillenia secunda Hunter

Dillenia tomentella Martelli in Becc.

Wormia excelsa Jack

Wormia excelsa forma grandifolia Miq.

Wormia excelsa var. borneensis Miq.

Wormia excelsa var. pubescens Corn.

Wormia excelsa var. tomentella Corn.

Wormia grandifolia Miq.

Wormia oblonga Wall.

Wormia pauciflora Koord. & Val.

Wormia tomentella Ridl.

 

Ref and suggested reading:

www.asianplant.net/Dilleniaceae/Dillenia_excelsa.htm

simpoh.blogspot.com/ - key used in taxon identification.

 

Dilleniaceae (Dillenia family) » Dillenia suffruticosa

 

dil-LEN-ee-uh -- named for Johann Jacob Dillen, German botanist and physician

suf-roo-tee-KO-sa -- meaning, somewhat shrubby

 

Origin: West Malesia

 

commonly known as: shrubby dillenia, simpoh

  

References: PIER species infoTop Tropicals

Malaysia.

(Image credit Ahmad Fitri, Malaysia).

 

Palaquium maingayi (C.B. Clarke) King & Gamble. Sapotaceae. CN: [Malay and regional vernacular names - Nyatoh (generic to most Palaquium spp.), Nyatoh tembaga, Getah ketapang, Getah percha burung, Nyatoh balam, Getah taban simpor, Jelutong batu]. Distribution - Thailand, Peninsular Malaysia. Tree to ca. 30 m tall. Habitat - lowland and hill forest. Timber sought after in furniture industry.

 

Synonym(s):

Croixia maingayi (C.B.Clarke) Baehni

Dichopsis maingayi C.B.Clarke

 

Ref. and suggested reading:

FRIM Flora Database

www.theplantlist.org/tpl/record/kew-145759

www.ars-grin.gov/cgi-bin/npgs/html/taxon.pl?405704

A Dictionary of the Economic Products of the Malay Peninsula, I H Burkill et. al., Oxford University Press, 1935

Dilleniaceae (Dillenia family) » Dillenia suffruticosa

 

dil-LEN-ee-uh -- named for Johann Jacob Dillen, German botanist and physician

suf-roo-tee-KO-sa -- meaning, somewhat shrubby

 

Origin: West Malesia

 

commonly known as: shrubby dillenia, simpoh

  

References: PIER species infoTop Tropicals

Bukit Tagar, Selangor, Malaysia.

 

Dillenia excelsa (Jack) Gilg in Engl. & Pr. Dilleniaceae. CN: [Malay - Simpoh ungu; Borneo vernacular names - Alang alung, Beringing, Gara, Jamihing, Jelangin, Jengin, Jing, Joching, Kajamihing, Kajuringin, Kandikara, Kanigara, Kegihing, Pampan, Randaman, Ringin, Rongin, Saramohing, Simpoh, Simpor laki, Simporotan, Simpur, Simpur bukit, Simpur laki, Tidahura, Tjumihing, Urip; Indonesia - Sempur segel, Simpur talang], Sam-dan, Katmonlayugan, Blue simpoh. Sub-canopy tree up to 25 m tall and 34 cm dbh. Stipules absent. Leaves alternate, simple, penni-veined, margin usually entire (Margin not entire and coarse; apex acute to obtuse; secondary veins, 9 pairs; pubescent on both surfaces) >. Flowers ca. 55 mm in diameter, yellow, placed in simple or composed racemes (Inflorescence-raceme; stamens purple). Fruits ca. 28 mm long, red-purplish, dehiscent capsule with arilate seeds.

 

Note: Missed the morning show. Only 1 petal left on the flower.

 

Synonym(s):

Capallia multiflora Bl.

Capellia pauciflora Zoll. & Mor.

Dillenia excelsa var. borneensis Merr.

Dillenia excelsa var. pubescens Corn. ex Masamune

Dillenia excelsa var. tomentella Cor. ex Masamune

Dillenia glabra Martelli in Becc.

Dillenia magnoliaefolia Martelli in Becc.

Dillenia mattanensis Martelli in Becc.

Dillenia oblonga Gilg in Engl. & Pr.

Dillenia secunda Hunter

Dillenia tomentella Martelli in Becc.

Wormia excelsa Jack

Wormia excelsa forma grandifolia Miq.

Wormia excelsa var. borneensis Miq.

Wormia excelsa var. pubescens Corn.

Wormia excelsa var. tomentella Corn.

Wormia grandifolia Miq.

Wormia oblonga Wall.

Wormia pauciflora Koord. & Val.

Wormia tomentella Ridl.

 

Ref and suggested reading:

www.asianplant.net/Dilleniaceae/Dillenia_excelsa.htm

simpoh.blogspot.com/ - key used in taxon identification.

 

Kebun Raya Bogor, Indonesia

(Bogor Botanical Gardens, Indonesia).

 

Old specimen. Fluted trunk. Dillenia excelsa (Jack) Martelli ex Gilg. Dillineaceae. CN: [Malay and regional vernacular names - Simpur, Simpoh ungu, Sempur segel; Borneo - Alang alung, Beringing, Gara, Jamihing, Jelangin, Jengin, Jing, Joching, Kajamihing, Kajuringin, Kandikara, Kanigara, Kegihing, Pampan, Randaman, Ringin, Rongin, Saramohing, Simpoh, Simpor laki, Simporotan, Simpur, Simpur bukit, Simpur laki, Tidahura, Tjumihing, Urip]. Distribution - Peninsular Thailand, Peninsular Malaysia, Sumatra, Java, Borneo, Philippines. Sub-canopy tree up to 40 m tall and 75 cm dbh. Stipules absent. Leaves alternate, simple, penni-veined, margin usually entire. Flowers ca. 55 mm in diameter, yellow, placed in simple or composed racemes. Fruits ca. 28 mm long, red-purplish, dehiscent capsule with arilate seeds.

 

Synonym(s):

Dillenia excelsa var. borneensis (Miq.) Merr.

Dillenia excelsa var. pubescens (Cornel.) Cornel. ex Masam.

Dillenia excelsa var. tomentella (Martelli) Cornel. ex Masam.

Dillenia glabra Martelli

Dillenia magnoliifolia Martelli

Dillenia mattadensis Martelli

Dillenia oblonga (Wall. ex Hook.f. & Thomson) Martelli

Dillenia pauciflora (Zoll. & Moritzi) Gilg

Dillenia secunda Hunter ex Ridl.

Dillenia tomentella Martelli

Wormia excelsa Jack

Wormia excelsa forma grandifolia Miq.

Wormia excelsa var. borneensis Miq.

Wormia excelsa var. pubescens Corn.

Wormia excelsa var. tomentella Corn.

Wormia grandifolia Miq.

Wormia oblonga Wall.

Wormia pauciflora Koord. & Val.

Wormia tomentella Ridl.

 

Ref. and suggested reading:

FRIM Flora Database

www.theplantlist.org/tpl/record/kew-2768250

www.asianplant.net/Dilleniaceae/Dillenia_excelsa.htm

   

Malaysia.

(Image credit Ahmad Fitri, Malaysia).

 

Palaquium maingayi (C.B.Clarke) Engl. Sapotaceae. CN: [Malay and regional vernacular names - Nyatoh, Nyatoh tembaga, Getah ketapang, Getah percha burung, Nyatoh balam, Getah taban simpor, Jelutong batu]. Distribution - Thailand, Peninsular Malaysia. Habitat - Lowland and hill forests, at elevations up to 1,100 m. Tree up to ca 30 m tall; bole is straight and cylindrical. The tree is harvested from the wild for its timber and a latex that is a source of gutta-percha. The timber is used locally and also traded on an international scale.

 

Synonym(s):

Croixia maingayi (C.B.Clarke) Baehni

Dichopsis maingayi C.B.Clarke

 

Ref. and suggested reading:

www.theplantlist.org/tpl/record/kew-145759

www.ars-grin.gov/cgi-bin/npgs/html/taxon.pl?405704

tropical.theferns.info/viewtropical.php?id=Palaquium+main...

A Dictionary of the Economic Products of the Malay Peninsula, I H Burkill et. al., Oxford University Press, 1935

 

Kebun Raya Bogor, Indonesia

(Bogor Botanical Gardens, Indonesia).

 

Old specimen. Fluted trunk. Dillenia excelsa (Jack) Martelli ex Gilg. Dilleniaceae. CN: [Malay and regional vernacular names - Simpur, Simpoh ungu, Sempur segel; Borneo - Alang alung, Beringing, Gara, Jamihing, Jelangin, Jengin, Jing, Joching, Kajamihing, Kajuringin, Kandikara, Kanigara, Kegihing, Pampan, Randaman, Ringin, Rongin, Saramohing, Simpoh, Simpor laki, Simporotan, Simpur, Simpur bukit, Simpur laki, Tidahura, Tjumihing, Urip]. Distribution - Peninsular Thailand, Peninsular Malaysia, Sumatra, Java, Borneo, Philippines. Sub-canopy tree up to 40 m tall and 75 cm dbh. Stipules absent. Leaves alternate, simple, penni-veined, margin usually entire. Flowers ca. 55 mm in diameter, yellow, placed in simple or composed racemes. Fruits ca. 28 mm long, red-purplish, dehiscent capsule with arilate seeds.

 

Synonym(s):

Dillenia excelsa var. borneensis (Miq.) Merr.

Dillenia excelsa var. pubescens (Cornel.) Cornel. ex Masam.

Dillenia excelsa var. tomentella (Martelli) Cornel. ex Masam.

Dillenia glabra Martelli

Dillenia magnoliifolia Martelli

Dillenia mattadensis Martelli

Dillenia oblonga (Wall. ex Hook.f. & Thomson) Martelli

Dillenia pauciflora (Zoll. & Moritzi) Gilg

Dillenia secunda Hunter ex Ridl.

Dillenia tomentella Martelli

Wormia excelsa Jack

Wormia excelsa forma grandifolia Miq.

Wormia excelsa var. borneensis Miq.

Wormia excelsa var. pubescens Corn.

Wormia excelsa var. tomentella Corn.

Wormia grandifolia Miq.

Wormia oblonga Wall.

Wormia pauciflora Koord. & Val.

Wormia tomentella Ridl.

 

Ref. and suggested reading:

FRIM Flora Database

www.theplantlist.org/tpl/record/kew-2768250

www.asianplant.net/Dilleniaceae/Dillenia_excelsa.htm

   

Malaysia.

(Image credit Ahmad Fitri, Malaysia).

 

Palaquium maingayi (C.B.Clarke) Engl. Sapotaceae. CN: [Malay and regional vernacular names - Nyatoh, Nyatoh tembaga, Getah ketapang, Getah percha burung, Nyatoh balam, Getah taban simpor, Jelutong batu]. Distribution - Thailand, Peninsular Malaysia. Habitat - Lowland and hill forests, at elevations up to 1,100 m. Tree up to ca 30 m tall; bole is straight and cylindrical. The tree is harvested from the wild for its timber and a latex that is a source of gutta-percha. The timber is used locally and also traded on an international scale.

 

Synonym(s):

Croixia maingayi (C.B.Clarke) Baehni

Dichopsis maingayi C.B.Clarke

 

Ref. and suggested reading:

www.theplantlist.org/tpl/record/kew-145759

www.ars-grin.gov/cgi-bin/npgs/html/taxon.pl?405704

tropical.theferns.info/viewtropical.php?id=Palaquium+main...

A Dictionary of the Economic Products of the Malay Peninsula, I H Burkill et. al., Oxford University Press, 1935

 

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Bukit Tagar, Selangor, Malaysia.

 

Dillenia excelsa (Jack) Gilg in Engl. & Pr. Dilleniaceae. CN: [Malay - Simpoh ungu; Borneo vernacular names - Alang alung, Beringing, Gara, Jamihing, Jelangin, Jengin, Jing, Joching, Kajamihing, Kajuringin, Kandikara, Kanigara, Kegihing, Pampan, Randaman, Ringin, Rongin, Saramohing, Simpoh, Simpor laki, Simporotan, Simpur, Simpur bukit, Simpur laki, Tidahura, Tjumihing, Urip; Indonesia - Sempur segel, Simpur talang], Sam-dan, Katmonlayugan, Blue simpoh. Sub-canopy tree up to 25 m tall and 34 cm dbh. Stipules absent. Leaves alternate, simple, penni-veined, margin usually entire (Margin not entire and coarse; apex acute to obtuse; secondary veins, 9 pairs; pubescent on both surfaces) >. Flowers ca. 55 mm in diameter, yellow, placed in simple or composed racemes (Inflorescence-raceme; stamens purple). Fruits ca. 28 mm long, red-purplish, dehiscent capsule with arilate seeds.

 

Synonym(s):

Capallia multiflora Bl.

Capellia pauciflora Zoll. & Mor.

Dillenia excelsa var. borneensis Merr.

Dillenia excelsa var. pubescens Corn. ex Masamune

Dillenia excelsa var. tomentella Cor. ex Masamune

Dillenia glabra Martelli in Becc.

Dillenia magnoliaefolia Martelli in Becc.

Dillenia mattanensis Martelli in Becc.

Dillenia oblonga Gilg in Engl. & Pr.

Dillenia secunda Hunter

Dillenia tomentella Martelli in Becc.

Wormia excelsa Jack

Wormia excelsa forma grandifolia Miq.

Wormia excelsa var. borneensis Miq.

Wormia excelsa var. pubescens Corn.

Wormia excelsa var. tomentella Corn.

Wormia grandifolia Miq.

Wormia oblonga Wall.

Wormia pauciflora Koord. & Val.

Wormia tomentella Ridl.

 

Ref and suggested reading:

www.asianplant.net/Dilleniaceae/Dillenia_excelsa.htm

simpoh.blogspot.com/ - key used in taxon identification.

 

Bukit Tagar, Selangor, Malaysia.

 

Dillenia suffruticosa (Griff. ex Hook. f. & Thomson) Martelli. Dilleniaceae. CN: [Malay - Simpoh air; Borneo - Buan, Dungin, Simper ayer, Simpoh, Simpor, Simpor bini, Simpor rimba, Tambakau], San yawa, Shrubby dillenia, Shrubby simpohlenia, Shrubby simpoh. Native to Malesia (Indonesia - Kalimantan, Sumatra; Malaysia, Singapore; elsewhere naturalized and cultivated as ornamental. Shrub up to 10 m tall. Stipules absent. Leaves alternate, simple, penni-veined, petiole winged along the whole length. Flowers ca. 95 mm in diameter, yellow, placed in sometimes composed racemes. Fruits ca. 23 mm long, red, dehiscent capsule, seeds with scarlet aril. Medicinal properties of leaves and roots are used against inflamations, itch, stomach ache, and recovery after delivery. Also many magical properties. Planted as an ornamental.

 

Synonym(s):

Dillenia suffruticosa var. borneensis Ridl.

Wormia burbidgei Hook.f.

Wormia subsessilis Miq.

Wormia subsessilis var. borneensis Ridl.

Wormia suffruticosa Griff.

 

Ref and suggested reading:

www.ars-grin.gov/cgi-bin/npgs/html/taxon.pl?405518

www.asianplant.net/Dilleniaceae/Dillenia_suffruticosa.htm

Sjöklippan med "Simpor och grodfötter" (7) till v. och "Skärgårdsturen"(6-) till höger.

disajikan di atas daun simpor (mirip daun jati)

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