Kacangcang

  • large tree with large leaves that grows on or near sandy beaches
  • big, white flowers with many hair-like stamens that blooms at night
  • produces a large fruit with a fibrous, corky covering someething like a coconut, but with four flat sides and a point at the bottom
  • dried, powdered fruit of the nut is sometimes used by fisherman to stun fish
  • nut is sometimes found washed up on beaches.
  • tree (Lecythidaceae)
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Kasar
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Halus
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Northern Form
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