- Macassar (Sapindaceae), tree
- a common large deciduous tree with smooth gray bark and often slightly buttressed, the fruit of which is called kecacil. The tree is dioecious, i.e. there are separate male and female trees. Oil extracted from the seed is useful in medicinal and cosmetic preparations as well as in cooking. The wood is very hard and durable. The medium to dark green leaves are pinnate with all leaflets paired
- leaflets are pink to red when young and quite flaccid. The leaflets are elliptical, up to a size of about 22 x 7 cm. with very pronounced leaf veins and wrinkled edges. The fruits, kecacil, occur on short stems.