Tree Species (Scientific Name)
Aglaia argentea
Food
Fuelwood
Lumber
Medicinal
Indonesian Common Name
Bayur, Tanglar, Selang (Javanese), Luka-lukam (Moluccas)
Tree Family
Meliaceae
Average Leaf Size (cm)
64.5cm
Length
×
44.5cm
Width
Tree Height
Medium (20–35m)
Elevational Range (m)
0–1300m
0 3000
Distribution
Native
Exotic
Native to Indonesia

Native to

Region
Asia, Oceania
SE Asia
Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam
Indonesia
Borneo, Java, Lesser Sunda Islands, Maluku Islands, New Guinea, Sulawesi, Sumatra

Coffee Agroforestry Information

Coffee System
Robusta
Coffee Impact
Unknown
Prevalence
Common in Coffee Agroforestry
Cultivation
Naturally Occurring Tree
Regeneration
Regenerates Naturally
Tree Management

Pollinated by insects. A common tree in regenerating forest. This suggests the plant has good potential as a pioneer species for restoring native woodland

Tree Benefits and Uses

Farmer Uses
  • Food
  • Fuelwood
  • Lumber
  • Medicinal

The fruit is eaten raw. The plant is used in the treatment of feverish illnesses and in preparations to treat leprosy.

Farm Services
  • Unknown
Biodiversity Benefits
Unknown