MANGIFERA CAESIA PDF
Range Description: In western Malesia, this is one of the most common and valuable mango species. It is believed to come from Borneo but it is commonly. BOTANIC DESCRIPTION. Mangifera caesia is a large tree, often attaining majestic proportions, 30(-. 45) m tall, and bole () cm or more in diameter;. AdditionAl index words. wani, Mangifera caesia, fruit orchards, traditional fruit The distribution and use of a traditional fruit (Balinese name: wani) Mangifera.
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Anacardium occidentale Cashew Apple. Mangifera caesia is a species of flowering plant in the cashew family, Anacardiaceae. It was featured in Malaysian stamp, printed in Feb under rare fruits series stamp.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved 19 July This tree produces thousand of fruits, ripening three months after anthesis. Binjai is almost always propagated by seed.
Mangifera caesia in Australia?
Spondias axillaris Himalayan Ambarella. The skin is thin and brown with darker patches, and the flesh is yellow-white, mushy, and strongly odorous with an acid-sweet or sour taste. Anacardium microcarpum Miniature Mqngifera. This page was last edited on 14 Octoberat The mature tree requires abundant space, about 12m to 16m in either direction. It is excellent ingredient for the creamy juices, also for making spice base for chillies sambal which is eaten with river fish.
Seed Availability Seeds are not available for the Jack. In other projects Wikispecies.
Mangifera caesia Jack ex Wall. Anacardium humile Monkey Nut.
Growing Environment Not available. Spondias purpurea Red Mombin. The flowers are purple or pink, 0. Common names include jackwhite mangobinjai Malay languagewani Balinese languageyaa-lam Thai languagebayuno Filipino language and mangga wani Cebuano language.
Please help to improve this article by introducing more precise citations. The binjai is believed to originate from the island of Borneobut is commonly grown elsewhere for its edible fruit. Articles lacking in-text citations from July All articles lacking in-text citations Articles with ‘species’ microformats.
It is a possible candidate for wider mangfera in the future. Mangifera cochinchinensis Mangifera cochinchinensis.
Mangifera caesia fruits from Lapuyan, Zamboanga del Surprepared in a typical Filipino fashion for a “merienda” or snack. Seeds are not available for the Jack.
Mangifera caesia – Useful Tropical Plants
Mangifera foetida Horse Mango. Rhus integrifolia Lemonade Berry. Harpephyllum caffrum Kaffir Plum.