Euonymus castaneifolius Ridl.,
Kew Bull. (1931)
Latin for 'leaves like Castanea'.
Euonymus moultoni Ridl.
Sub-canopy tree up to 30 m tall and 26 cm dbh. Stipules dropping early.
Leaves oppposite, simple, penni-veined, leathery, often with black dots, margin
usually slightly toothed. Flowers ca. 3.7 mm in diameter, white-yellow, placed
in cymes. Fruits ca. 13 mm long, red, dehiscent capsule, seeds black with
In undisturbed forests up to 1800 m altitude. Usually in mixed dipterocarp
forests, but also present in keranga forest. Mostly on hillsides and ridges with
sandy to clayey soils. In secondary forests usually present as a pre-disturbance
Sumatra and Borneo (Sarawak, Brunei, Sabah, West-, Central- and
Borneo: Chemaliang, Perupak, Sait, Tulang ular.