Nageia wallichiana

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Nageia wallichiana

Description

Tree, 10-54 m high, 7-60 cm diam., clear bole to 30 m. Leaves quite variable both on juvenile and adult plants with the larger leaves growing in the shade, 6-14(-23) by 2-5(-9) cm, 2 to at least 6 times as long as broad; Seed with its covering 15-18 mm diam.

Distribution

Asia-Temperate: China South-Central (Yunnan present), Asia-Tropical: Assam (Assam present); Borneo present; Lesser Sunda Is. present; Malaya present; Maluku (Maluku present); New Guinea present; Philippines (Philippines present); Sumatera (Sumatera present); Thailand (Thailand present), Banka I present, Biak present, Burma present, Ceram present, Flores present, Japen present, Karimata I present, Luzon present, Meos Num present, Mindoro present, Morotai present, N. & Central Celebes present, Normanby Is present, Obi present, Panay present, S. extremity of the Deccan Peninsula present, Samar present, Sibuyan present, Southeast Asia present, Ternate present, W. Java present
Southeast Asia (S. extremity of the Deccan Peninsula, Assam, Burma, Thailand, Indochina, Yunnan); in Malesia: Sumatra, Malaya, Banka I., W. Java, Lesser Sunda Islands (Flores), Borneo (incl. Karimata I.), Philippines (Luzon, Sibuyan, Mindoro, Panay, Samar), N. & Central Celebes, Moluccas (Obi, Ternate, Morotai, Ceram), New Guinea (incl. Meos Num, Biak, Japen, and Normanby Is.). .

Uses

The tree yields a good timber. In Obi planks are used for house construction. In the Fly R. area it is used for smaller canoe logs.

Citation

WARB. 1900 – In: Monsunia. p 193
GAUSSEN 1976 – In: Gymn. Act. & Foss. p 18
ENDL. 1847: Syn. Conif. p 208
GAUSSEN 1976: p. 20. – In: Gymn. Act. & Foss. f. 736
PILGER 1926: p. 245. – In: E. & P., Nat. Pfl. Fam., ed. 2, 13. t. 134B
RIDLEY 1925 – In: Fl. Mal. Pen. p 281
K. & V. 1904 – In: Bijdr. p 261
PARL. 1868 – In: DC., Prod. 16. p 508
Koord. 1915 – In: Atlas. f. 588
HICKEL 1931 – In: Fl. Gén. I.-C. p 1068
PHENGKLAI 1973: p. 17. – In: Thai For. Bull. Bot. f. 11
Wall. 1830: Pl. As. Rar. p 26
PILGER 1903 – In: Pfl. R. p 59
DE LAUB. 1978 – In: Kalikasan. p 131
PARL. 1868 – In: DC., Prod. 16. p 508
Blume 1859 – In: Fl. Ind. Bat. p 1071
WASSCHER 1941 – In: Blumea. p 416
HENKEL & HOCHSTETTER 1865: Synop. Nadelhölz. p 380
DE LAUB. 1987 – In: Blumea. p 210
Koord. 1911 – In: Exk. Fl. Java. p 67
Hook.f. 1896 – In: Fl. Brit. India. p 649
PILGER 1903: p. 60. – In: Pfl. R. t. 9
ENDL. 1937 – In: Bot. Jahrb. p 245
Corner 1940: Wayside Trees. p 717
Miq. 1851 – In: Pl. Jungh. p 1
HORSFIELD 1838 – In: Bennett & R.Br., Pl. Jav. Rar. 1. p 41
RIDLEY 1911 – In: J. Str. Br. R. As. Soc. p 57
FOXW. 1911 – In: Philip. J. Sc. Bot. 158, t. 28, f. 2
HENKEL & HOCHSTETTER 1865: Synop. Nadelhölz. p 379
HASSK. 1844: Cat. Hort. Bog. p 70
DE BOER 1866: Conif. Arch. Ind. p 12
BECC. 1877 – In: Malesia. p 178
BACKER & BAKH.F. 1963 – In: Fl. Java. p 89
LOUDON 1838: p. 2100. – In: Arb. & Fruct. Brit. f. 1995
KENG 1972: p. 53. – In: Whitmore, Tree Fl Malaya 1. f. 5d-f