Mangifera parvifolia is an evergreen tree that can grow up to 37 metres tall, but is usually much smaller. The bole can be free of branches for up to 12 metres and up to 69cm in diameter[
The tree is harvested from the wild for its edible fruit.
The plant is classified as 'Least Concern' in the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species(2013)[
Southeast Asia - Malaysia, Indonesia.
A mid-canopy tree in undisturbed forests at elevations up to 1,500 metres. Usually in mixed dipterocarp forest on hillsides and ridges, but also found in peat swamp, freshwater swamp and keranga forests. Usually on sandy soils, also on ultrabasic[
|Conservation Status||Least Concern
Fruit - raw[
]. The orange pulp is sweet when fully ripe[
]. The pulp is difficult to separate from the seed[
]. The green-yellow-brown, fleshy, cylindrical fruit is up to 60mm long and 30mm wide, containing a single, large seed[
The wood is yellowish-white[
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