Surwala robusta (Roxb.) M.Roem.
Walsura robusta is an evergreen tree that can usually grows 10 - 25 metres tall, exceptionally to 31 metres. The bole can be up to 150cm in diameter[
The tree is harvested from the wild for its wood.
E. Asia - southern China, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Andaman Islands, Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, Malaysia.
Sparse or dense forests in hilly regions in southern China[
]. In evergreen or mixed deciduous forest, growing on granite bedrock, often near streams; at elevations up to 400 metres, occasionally to 800 metres[
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The light red wood is very hard and durable. It is used for construction and has also been used in paper manufacture[
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