Sararanga sinuosa is an evergreen tree growing around 9 - 10 metres tall. The stem can be branched or unbranched, around 67cm in diameter, with long, sword-shaped leaves aranged in a rosette at the end of the stem[
The plant is harvested from the wild for local use as a food and source of materials.
Australasia - northern New Guinea, east to the Solomon Islands
Lowland tropical rainforest; at elevations from sea level to 200 metres[
Fruit - raw[
]. Fruits syncarpous, berries c. 100 per rachillae; kidney-shaped (reniform), pale green to red when mature, exocarp soft; seeds c. 60 per berry, triangle-shaped, flat and thin, pale brown[
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