Horsfieldia kingii (Hook.f.) Warb., Nova Acta Acad. Caes. Leop.-Carol. German. Nat. Cur. 68: 308 1897. (syn: Horsfieldia hainanensis Merr.; Horsfieldia tetratepala C. Y. Wu; Myristica kingii Hook. fil.; Palala kingii (Hook. fil.) Kuntze);

E. Nepal to China (Yunnan, Guangxi) and N. Thailand as per POWO;

China (Guangxi, Hainan, Yunnan), Sikkim, NE-India, Bengal, Bangladesh,
N-Thailand, Vietnam, Myanmar [Burma] (Rakhine), Nepal
as per Catalogue of Life;



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Could you help to identify this tree species? Its 15-meter tall tree found in the lowland of Nepal. 
Fruits are edible.
Photo was taken in July 2020. Jhapa district of Nepal. 
Unfortunately, I do not have close up photos. 

Check with Annonaceae 

Miliusa sp. ?

A species of Horsfieldia (Myristicaceae

It seems Horsfieldia kingii (Hook. f.) Warb. (Ramtamul) leaves chewed in Assam, separate male and female trees

Thank you for your suggestions.
Yes, it looks like Horsefieldia kingii
Hope I can have detail, the information in the coming flowering season and will update to you. 


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