Tree up to 25 m tall, hemi-epiphytic or terrestrial. internal hairs absent. Leaves spirally arranged; stipules 0.5-1 cm long, yellowish subsericeous, caducous. Ovary partly red.
Asia-Temperate:, China South-Central (Yunnan ‒ present) Asia-Tropical:, Laos (Laos ‒ present); Malaya (Peninsular Malaysia ‒ present); Thailand (Thailand ‒ present) Kedah: present Myanmar: present NE India: present S China: present
NE India, Myanmar, S China (Yunnan), Indochina (Laos), Thailand; in Malesia: Malay Peninsula (Kedah).
This species is probably closely related to F. binnendijkii and can be distinguished by the yellow hairs on the stipules and the (upper rim of the) scars of the stipules.