Terminalia catappa is a large, tropical tree in the Leadwood tree family, has corky, light fruit. The leaves are large, long, broad, ovoid, glossy, dark, green leathery, contain several flavonoid s, several tannin s. The fruit is a drupe, edible tasting in the acidic. The species epithet is based on the Malay name ketapang. Plant has been introduced to parts of the Americas. Disease losses cause a major problem in the production. Food safety is a great concern, worldwide Thailand. Almond is a large, tropical tree in the Leadwood tree family. The flowers are found on the same plant at the same time. Water have a distinctive, brownish tea like colour. Almond leaves are for ideal fish, are recommended for fish.
Large, tropical tree in the Leadwood tree family