Forest Starr & Kim Starr: Pedalai - Artocarpus sericicarpus
Other names: gomihan, gumihan
Family: Moraceae
Location: Maui

The tree originates from northern Borneo (Sarawak), Malaysia (Sabah),[3] the Philippines and Indonesia (Maluku Islands, Sulawesi, Kalimantan, and is most commonly found in humid tropics with a mild monsoon climate, occurring in tropical evergreen forests at 500–1,000 m elevation. It is also occasionally found in steep, clayey hillsides of inland areas.[4] The discovery date is not clear as it is listed as 1959[5] in one book and 1961 in the other. [Wikipedia]
Last edited by Forest & Kim Starr (03.05. 2019 16:52:20)

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Pedalai - habit (Artocarpus sericicarpus)
Pedalai - habit (Artocarpus sericicarpus)
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Pedalai - habit (Artocarpus sericicarpus)
Pedalai - habit (Artocarpus sericicarpus)
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Pedalai - habit (Artocarpus sericicarpus)
Pedalai - habit (Artocarpus sericicarpus)
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Pedalai - leaf (Artocarpus sericicarpus)
Pedalai - leaf (Artocarpus sericicarpus)
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Pedalai - leaf (Artocarpus sericicarpus)
Pedalai - leaf (Artocarpus sericicarpus)
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Pedalai - leaves (Artocarpus sericicarpus)
Pedalai - leaves (Artocarpus sericicarpus)
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Pedalai - leaves (Artocarpus sericicarpus)
Pedalai - leaves (Artocarpus sericicarpus)
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Pedalai - leaves (Artocarpus sericicarpus)
Pedalai - leaves (Artocarpus sericicarpus)
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Pedalai - leaves (Artocarpus sericicarpus)
Pedalai - leaves (Artocarpus sericicarpus)
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Pedalai - trunk bark (Artocarpus sericicarpus)
Pedalai - trunk bark (Artocarpus sericicarpus)