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Dillenia indica

Dillenia indica

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The Elephant apple (Dillenia indica) belongs to the family Dilleniaceae. It is a tall deciduous tree that is distributed from India to the Malay Peninsula and Java. It grows 15 to 20 m high. The leaves are oblong, clustered at the ends of branches, and serrated. The leaves are deciduous in the dry season. Large white flowers bloom in the axils of the leaves at the ends of the branches. The fruit is spherical, and its flesh is jelly-like with a strong sour taste. It is processed into jams, jellies, beverages, and other products. 
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Shu Suehiro
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