- Label Source: 146
Museum Entry Book 1847-55, p 207-208.: The tree from which my specimens were taken measured 110 feet and was proportionally thick. It exudes a greenish milk when wounded. The bark is stripped off in precisely the same manner as is described by Lindly. It is used for caulking canoes, making bags, tangas, bowstrings and a variety of other purposes.
- Record posted on March 27, 2009 and last updated March 27, 2009