Crudia evansii

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Crudia evansii


Slender shrub or tree, or climbing plant (?), glabrous. Leaves 3- or 4-foliolate, petiole and rachis up to 14 cm long, glabrous. Inflorescences axillary, racemose, up to c. 5 cm long, the rachis scurfy-velvety, brownish; pedicels very short, 1-2 mm, velvety. Stamens 10, glabrous. Ovary 6-ovuled. Seeds 1 or 2, reniform, 3-4 by 2-3 cm, brown.


Asia-Tropical, Pahang present, Peninsular present
Thailand (Peninsular); in Malesia: Malay Peninsula (Pahang)


On the field label of the type specimen this was distinctly recorded as 'climbing plant' by the collector J.H.N. Evans.


Whitmore 1972 – In: Tree Fl. Malaya. p 251
J.E. Vidal 1984: p. 89. – In: Fl. Thailand. f. 5, 6.
Ridley 1922 – In: Fl. Malay Penins. p 645