Fiji Islands and the East Indies. The natives eat the aril which surrounds the seed and call it gumi. The fruit is edible, having a watery, cooling, pleasant pulp. The aril is large, succulent and edible.
- ↑ Don, G. Hist. Dichl. Pls. 1:683. 1831.
- ↑ Wight, R. Illustr. Ind. Bot. 1:146. 1840. (Milnea edulis)
- ↑ Royle, J. P. Illustr. Bot. Himal. 1:140. 1839.