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“Common species include Shorea, Durio, Garcinia, Calophyllum and Eugenia.”
“The forest durian Durio testudinarum is a common example of caulifory.”
“Of special significance is the cave fruit bat (Eonycteris spelaea), which is a pollinator of the economically important durian tree (Durio zibethinus).”
“While most durians have spiky green husks and yellow flesh, some varieties, like the Durio dulcis, have bold red exteriors.”
“There are twenty-seven species of Durio, most of which are native to Borneo, including centipede durians, mini durians with almost imperceptible seeds and even a naturally occurring odorless variety called sawo.”
“Addiction to durians (Durio zibethinus Murray) may be due to these compounds, and the so-called aphrodisiac effect is, I suspect, via a mild irritant action on vascular and mucous tissue.”
“ There are many wild fruits in the Agúsan Valley, the most common of which are: The famous durian (_Durio zibethinus_), the jackfruit,”
“She remembered the piece of embroidery work she had been engaged on last night, and then a scrap of conversation she had overheard between the doctor and the artist towards the end of dinner, they were talking of the passéistes and futurists, of the work of Pablo Picasso, of Sunyer, of Boccioni and Durio, arguing with extraordinary passion about the work of these people.”
“To these particulars we may add that the durion (_Durio zibethinus_) belongs to the natural family of _Sterculiaceae_, of the same sub-order (_Bombaceae_) as the silk-cotton tree.”
“The durian (Durio zibethinus) is also peculiar to the Malayan countries.”
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