Horsfieldia reticulata

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Horsfieldia reticulata


Tree 7-20 m. Leaves membranous or chartaceous, rarely bullate, elliptic-oblong to lanceolate, 8-35 by 4-11 cm, base rounded to attenuate, apex acute-acuminate; Inflorescences with dense shaggy hairs 0.5-2 mm long; Fruits 4-7 per infructescence, ellipsoid, 23-2 J by 1.7-2.1 cm, glabrous, with some paler wart-like tubercles;


Asia-Tropical: Borneo present (Brunei present, Sarawak present), W, C, E & SE Kalimantan present
Malesia: Borneo (Sarawak; Brunei; W, C, E & SE Kalimantan).


2 In H. reticulata the male flower, including the androecium, is very similar to that of H. flocculosa, H. grandis, and H. tomentosa, obviously all related species. 1 Horsfieldia reticulata may be confused with H. motleyi, which differs in its inarticulated pedicels, much smaller pubescent flowers with a quite different androecium, the leaves dull olivaceous brown on drying, and sunken lateral nerves.


W.J. de Wilde – In: Gard. Bull. Sing. p 218
Warb. 2000 – In: Tree Fl. Sabah & Sarawak. p 385
Merr. 1921: Enum. Born. p 268
J.Sinclair 1975 – In: Gard. Bull. Sing. p 107
Warb. 1996: p. 381. – In: Blumea. f. lh, i