A lesser known Baccaurea found around Borneo and other islands of Indonesia as well as mainland Malaysia. Bears thick skinned, white fruits growing to 1"+. The pulp is translucent white, with a tasty, sour flavor. Fairly uncommon in the wild and unknown in cultivation.
A medium sized tree having large leaves. The fruits are born off the trunk and when in full fruit, the tree is a spectacular sight, with hundreds of fruits lining its sides.
Grows well in humid, tropical conditions.
The fruits are popularly used to make beverages.
Native to Indonesia and Malaysia.