Agathis endertii (PROSEA)
Agathis endertii Meijer Drees
- Protologue: Bull. Jard. Bot. Buitenzorg, sér. 3, 16: 470 (1940).
- Malaysia: bulok (Iban, Sarawak).
In more or less isolated populations on Borneo.
The wood is used as kauri.
- A very large tree of up to 65 m tall.
- Adult leaves ovate, 5-8 cm × 1.7-3.6 cm, broadly acute to semicircular and blunt at the apex, glaucous beneath, resin canals solitary.
- Mature pollen cones 2.6-3.8 cm × 0.7 cm, sessile, the apical part of the microsporophylls spoon-shaped and slightly angled at the apex, 2.5 mm × 2 mm.
- Mature seed cones oval, 4.5 cm × 7 cm, seed bracts with a bluntly triangular projection at the apical margin and a small projection near the base on one side.
- Seed with a short acute projection on one upper corner and a broad wing on the other.
A. endertii is often found in heath forest on sandstone at 220-1600 m altitude and is sometimes believed to be conspecific with A. borneensis.
146, 163, 181, 453, 478, 748, 773, 775.
- C.C.H. Jongkind (selection of species)