Terminalia corticosa Pierre ex Laness.
Terminalia mucronata is a deciduous tree with a narrow, open crown; it can grow up to 40 metres tall. The straight, cylindrical bole is slightly fluted at the base and with short buttresses[
The tree is harvested from the wild for local use of its wood and tannins.
Southeast Asia - Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam.
Semi-evergreen forest and in moist areas of the dry dipterocarp forest, at elevations up to 700 metres[
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The bark is a source of tannins. It yields a brown dye that is used on fishing nets to colour and help preserve them[
The wood is resistant to water and termites and is used in general construction[
The wood is strong. It is used for beams and planks[
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