Vitex neglecta glabrior H.J.Lam
Vitex neglecta puberula H.J.Lam
Vitex gamosepala is a tree that can grow more than 30 metres tall, though is usually raher smaller. The bole is usually straight, though can be crooked, and is up to 40cm in diameter[
The tree is harvested from the wild, mainly for local use of its wood.
Southeast Asia - Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia.
Comparatively dry areas in lowland and hill forest to 1,200 metres[
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The heartwood is light straw to light brown in colour; it is not clearly demarcated from the lighter coloured sapwood. The texture is moderately fine and even, the grain is straight or interlocked. The wood is moderately hard to hard, and moderately heavy to heavy. Most specimens are small trees and their wood of rather limited dimensions, this limits their use to mainly items such as tool handles, posts, turnery, carving, and fancy articles[
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