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- accepted species: Palaquium abundantiflorum H.J.Lam Palaquium amboinense Burck Palaquium annamense Lecomte Palaquium barnesii Merr. Palaquium bataanense Merr...
- Palaquium gutta is a tree in the family Sapotaceae. It grows up to 40 metres (130 ft) tall. The bark is reddish brown. Inflorescences bear up to 12 flowers...
- Gutta-percha refers both to trees of the genus Palaquium in the family Sapotaceae and the rigid, naturally biologically inert, resilient, electrically...
- Palaquium philippense is a species of plant in the family Sapotaceae. It is endemic to the Philippines. It is threatened by habitat loss. According to...
- Palaquium stellatum is a tree in the family Sapotaceae. It grows up to 40 metres (130 ft) tall. The bark is brownish. Inflorescences bear up to five flowers...
- Palaquium luzoniense, also called red nato, is a species of plant in the family Sapotaceae. It is endemic to the Philippines. It is threatened by habitat...
- Palaquium quercifolium is a tree in the family Sapotaceae. It grows up to 30 metres (100 ft) tall. The bark is red brown. Inflorescences bear up to 10...
- Palaquium ottolanderi is a tree in the family Sapotaceae. It grows up to 30 metres (100 ft) tall. The twigs are brownish tomentose. Inflorescences bear...
- is a trade name for wood of a number of hardwood species of the genera Palaquium and Payena growing in rainforest environments in southeast Asia, especially...
- Palaquium vexillatum is a tree in the family Sapotaceae. The specific epithet vexillatum is from the Latin meaning "flag-like", referring to the sti****s...
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