Parkia singularis is a tree growing 30 metres or more tall. The bole has low and narrow buttresses up to 120cm tall[
The tree is sometimes harvested from the wild for local use as a food and timber.
Southeast Asia - Malaysia, Indonesia.
Primary lowland rain forest, including dipterocarp forest, and Agathis forest on acid, sandy, waterlogged soil, and on loamy soil, at elevations from 20 - 500 metres, occasionally to 700 metres[
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Trees can commence producing seeds when about 10 metres tall[
The fruits and seeds are occasionally described as edible[
The heartwood is dark brown, the sapwood white, yellowish, yellow-brown or ochre[
]. The wood is not very durable. It is not highly regarded but is sometimes utilized locally[
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