Alangium havilandii

Alangium havilandii is a tree in the dogwood family Cornaceae. It is named for the British surgeon and naturalist George Darby Haviland.


Alangium havilandii grows as a tree up to 25 m tall with a trunk diameter of up to 30 cm. The smooth bark is greyish. The ellipsoid-ovoid fruits ripen pink and measure up to 1.8 cm long.

Distribution and habitat

Alangium havilandii is endemic to Borneo. Its habitat is lowland peat swamp forest.