Koordersiodendron pinnatum (Blanco) Merr., Bull. For. Bur. 1 (1903)

(Latin for 'feather-like', which refers to the long feather-like compound leaves)

Cyrtocarpa quinquestyla Blanco
Helicteres pinnata Blanco
Koordersiodendron celebicum Engl.
Koordersiodendron papuanum Kaneh. & Hatus.
Lannea speciosa (Bl.) Engl.
Odina multijuga Vidal.
Odina speciosa Bl.
Odina speciosa var. multijuga Vidal.

Upper-canopy tree up to 49 m tall and 92 cm dbh. Stipules absent. Leaves alternate, compound, penni-veined. Flowers ca. 2 mm diameter, white, placed in very long panicles. Fruits ca. 25 mm long, yellow fleshy drupes.

Undisturbed forests up to 800 m altitude, but usually below 500 m. In secondary forests usually present as a pre-disturbance remnant.

The timber is rather heavy, but only moderately durable. It is used for flooring, house construction, and furniture. The exudate (gum) is used in local medicine.

Borneo, Philippines, Celebes, Moluccas and western New Guinea.

Local names
Borneo: Benjonong; Blakai; Bunyou; Burung tabuan; Kalamiring; Kaluan; Kamiding; Koluon; Maset; Melimudjam; Ranggu; Suren; Tabu hitam.