Mangifera blommesteinii is a deciduous tree; it can grow up to 33 metres tall. The straight bole can be up to 80cm in diameter[
The fruit is sometimes harvested from the wild for local use as a food.
A rare tree, known only from a few collections, it has been reported to be in immediate danger of extinction. The plant is classified as 'Endangered' in the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species(2013)[
Southeast Asia - Malaysia, Indonesia.
Evergreen forests, usually on sandy soils, also on river banks in kerangas forests[
The plant is often found in the wild in Kerangas forest - a type of moist, heath forest found on acidic, sandy soils that are low in nutrients, especially nitrogen[
]. The fruit is not well known, but may only be up to 20mm long and 12mm wide, containing a single, large seed[
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