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Dysoxylum mollissimum subsp. molle

Synonyms: Alliaria alliacea; Alliaria muelleri; Alliaria richii; Alliaria samoensis; Alliaria zippeliana; Brucea quercifolia; Didymocheton richii; Dracontomelon pilosum; Dysoxylum abo; Dysoxylum alliaceum; Dysoxylum forsteri; Dysoxylum molle; Dysoxylum mollissimum var. halmaheirae; Dysoxylum muelleri; Dysoxylum pilosum; Dysoxylum quercifolium; Dysoxylum richii; Dysoxylum samoense; Dysoxylum trukense; Dysoxylum velutinum; Hartighsea forsteri; Hartighsea trichosiphone; Lussa quercifolia; Macrochiton forsteri; Trichilia alliacea

Wikipedia Abstract

The Red Bean or Miva Mahogany is a rainforest tree in the Mahogany family. Dysoxylum mollissimum subsp. molle occurs in tropical, sub-tropical and littoral rainforests in eastern Australia, as far southwards as NE NSW. Also occurs in Malesia and the SW Pacific Islands. In Australia it is distributed from the Bellinger River in New South Wales in the south, to the wet tropics of north east Queensland.
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Predators

Ducula pacifica (Pacific Imperial Pigeon)[1]
Hylobates moloch (silvery gibbon)[2]
Presbytis comata (grizzled leaf monkey)[2]
Pteropus samoensis (Samoa Flying Fox)[3]
Pteropus tonganus (Pacific flying fox)[4]
Trachypithecus auratus (Javan langur)[2]

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Citations

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1Seed dispersal by Pacific Pigeons (Ducula pacifica) in Tonga, Western Polynesia, Kim R. McConkey, Hayley J. Meehan and Donald R. Drake, Emu, 2004, 104, 369–376
2The Diversity of Plants as Feed Resources for the Java Gibbon (Hylobates moloch), Grizzled Langur (Presbytis cornata), and Silver Langur (Trachypithecus auratus) In Gunung Halimun National Park, Wartika Rosa Farida and Harun, Jurnal Primatologi Indonesia, Vol. 3, No. 2, Desember 2000, p.:55-61
3Pteropus samoensis, Sandra Anne Banack, MAMMALIAN SPECIES No. 661, pp. 1–4 (2001)
4Roosting Behavior of Colonial and Solitary Flying Foxes in American Samoa (Chiroptera: Pteropodidae), Anne P. Brooke, Christopher Solek, Ailao Tualaulelei, Biotropica 32(2): 338-350, 2000
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