Alangium circulare

Alangium circulare is a tree in the dogwood family Cornaceae. The specific epithet circulare is from the Latin meaning "circular", referring to shape of the leaves.


Alangium circulare grows as a tree up to 15 m tall. The smooth bark is grey-brown. The inflorescence is greyish pubescent.

Distribution and habitat

Alangium circulare is endemic to Borneo where it is confined to Sarawak. Its habitat is kerangas forest.