Archive for Family: Elaeocarpaceae

Elaeocarpus angustifolius

Elaeocarpus angustifolius Blume

Recent Synonyms: None relevant.

Status: Exotic; Cultivated only.

Growth Form or Habit: Tree.

IMG_1454
Singapore Botanic Gardens; Cultivated; 2010.

IMG_1451
Singapore Botanic Gardens; Cultivated; 2010.

IMG_1457
Singapore Botanic Gardens; Cultivated; 2010.

IMG_1453
Singapore Botanic Gardens; Cultivated; 2010.

Distribution: China, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal, Cambodia, Myanmar, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, Australia, Fiji and New Caledonia.

Other Information:

Common Name: Blue Marble Tree.

Reference:

(1) GRIN Taxonomy for Plants

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Elaeocarpus mastersii

Elaeocarpus mastersii King

Recent Synonyms: None relevant.

Status: Native; Common. Cultivated.

Growth Form or Habit: Tree.

IMG_1045
Central Catchment Nature Reserve; 2010.

IMG_3356
Central Catchment Nature Reserve; 2011.

Other Information:

Common Name: Small-leafed Oil-Fruit.

More pictures can be found at

(1) Flora Singapura website

(2) The Plant Observatory website

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Elaeocarpus ferrugineus

Elaeocarpus ferrugineus (Jack) Steud.

Recent Synonyms: None relevant.

Status: Native; Common. Cultivated.

Growth Form or Habit: Tree.

IMG_0598
Central Catchment Nature Reserve; Secondary forest; 2010.

IMG_0600
Central Catchment Nature Reserve; Secondary forest; 2010.

IMG_0601
Central Catchment Nature Reserve; Secondary forest; 2010.

IMG_0599
Central Catchment Nature Reserve; Secondary forest; 2010.

More pictures can be found at

(1) Flora Singapura website

(2) The Plant Observatory website

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Elaeocarpus petiolatus

Elaeocarpus petiolatus (Jack) Wall

Recent Synonyms: None relevant.

Status: Native; Common. Cultivated.

Growth Form or Habit: Tree.

Leaf
Central Catchment Nature Reserve; 2010.

Leaf underside
Central Catchment Nature Reserve; 2010.

Young leaf
Central Catchment Nature Reserve; 2010.


Central Catchment Nature Reserve; 2010.

IMG_3330
Central Catchment Nature Reserve; 2011.

IMG_3390
Central Catchment Nature Reserve; 2011.

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Elaeocarpus macrocerus

Elaeocarpus macrocerus (Turcz.) Merr.

Recent Synonyms: None relevant.

Status: Native, Critically endangered.

Growth Form or Habit: Tree.

Habit. Along river
Peninsular Malaysia, Sungei Mawai; 2010.

Branch Peninsular Malaysia, Sungei Mawai; 2010.

Cross section of fruit
Peninsular Malaysia, Sungei Mawai; 2010.

Fruits: Oblong. Greyish green in colour.

Habitat: Freshwater tidal rivers and creeks.

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