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''Alangium lamarckii'' Thw. A small tree of the tropics of the Old World. On the coast of Malabar, the fruit is an article of food. It affords an edible fruit<ref>Royle, J. F. ''Illustr. Bot. Himal.'' 1:215. 1839.</ref>. The fruit in India is mucilaginous, sweet, somewhat astringent but is eaten<ref>Brandis, D. ''Forest Fl.'' 250. 1874.</ref>.
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|text=''Alangium lamarckii'' Thw. A small tree of the tropics of the Old World. On the coast of Malabar, the fruit is an article of food. It affords an edible fruit<ref>Royle, J. F. ''Illustr. Bot. Himal.'' 1:215. 1839.</ref>. The fruit in India is mucilaginous, sweet, somewhat astringent but is eaten<ref>Brandis, D. ''Forest Fl.'' 250. 1874.</ref>.
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|author = [[Alangium (Sturtevant, 1919)|Sturtevant, ''Notes on edible plants'', 1919]].
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Alangium salviifolium

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Alangium lamarckii Thw. A small tree of the tropics of the Old World. On the coast of Malabar, the fruit is an article of food. It affords an edible fruit[1]. The fruit in India is mucilaginous, sweet, somewhat astringent but is eaten[2].

  1. Royle, J. F. Illustr. Bot. Himal. 1:215. 1839.
  2. Brandis, D. Forest Fl. 250. 1874.
Sturtevant, Notes on edible plants, 1919.


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