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  • The dominant species on lowland flows are Fagraea berteroana, Glochidion ramiflorum, Arytera brackenridgei, and Morinda citrifolia with Metrosideros collina and Weinmannia samoensis becoming more dominant at higher elevations.

    Samoan tropical moist forests

  • A strangler fig (Ficus citrifolia) photographed in Kalimantan, Borneo.

    Biological diversity in Sundaland

  • Forest composition varies somewhat from island to island within the Seychelles, but common tree species include: Phoenicophorium borsigianum, Albizzia falcata, Pterocarpus indicus, Adenanthera pavonina, Morinda citrifolia, Phyllanthus casticum, Pisonia grandis, and introduced coconut palms.

    Granitic Seychelles forests

  • Moist forest is dominated by single or mixed species stands of Pisonia grandis up to 25 meters (m) high, Cordia subcordata, or Heliotrope (Tournefortia argentea) with areas of Scaevola taccada and Morinda citrifolia scrub, usually near forest edges.

    Western Polynesian tropical moist forests

  • Inside this is a more diverse forest that includes the former species as well as Pisonia grandis, Pandanus tectorius, Pipturus argenteus, Sesbania coccinea, Cordia subcordata, Morinda citrifolia, and Calophyllum inophyllum.

    Tuamotu tropical moist forests

  • Mix 1 handful each of fresh Tinospora a rumphii vine, Cassia siamea leaves and Morinda citrifolia leaves, the grated meat from 1 mature coconut and a handful of salt in 10 liters of water.

    Chapter 5

  • Formerly their principal agent was the _al_ or Indian mulberry (_Morinda citrifolia_), from which a rich red dye is obtained.

    The Tribes and Castes of the Central Provinces of India Volume II

  • Yellow came from the inner bark of the root of the _morinda citrifolia_.

    White Shadows in the South Seas

  • Other partially tabooed crops are turmeric and _al_ or Indian madder (_Morinda citrifolia_), while onions and garlic are generally eschewed by Hindu cultivators.

    The Tribes and Castes of the Central Provinces of India - Volume IV of IV Kumhar-Yemkala

  • _Noni_ (no-ni) -- a dye-plant (Morinda citrifolia) whose fruit was sometimes eaten.

    Unwritten Literature of Hawaii The Sacred Songs of the Hula

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