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Artocarpus integer (chempedak)

Synonyms: Artocarpos macrocarpon; Artocarpus champeden; Artocarpus hirsutissimus; Artocarpus integrifolia; Artocarpus polyphemus; Polyphema champeden; Radermachia integra; Saccus champeden; Saccus integer; Sitodium macrocarpon

Wikipedia Abstract

Artocarpus integer, commonly known as CHEMPEDAK (pronounced "chem-pe-dak"), is a species of tree in the family Moraceae, and in the same genus as breadfruit and jackfruit. It is native to southeast Asia, from Indonesia and the Malay Peninsula to the island of New Guinea. It is also grown and eaten in Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Kerala states of India. Furthermore, the tree has also been introduced to Queensland.
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Leaf Type [1]  Evergreen
Specific Gravity [2]  0.53
Structure [1]  Tree


Acutaspis scutiformis[3]
Andaspis artocarpi[3]
Anthococcus keravatae[3]
Coccus colemani[3]
Doleschallia bisaltide (Autumn leaf butterfly)[4]
Howardia biclavis (mining scale)[3]
Icerya aegyptiaca[3]
Lymantria grandis[4]
Milviscutulus mangiferae (mango shield scale)[3]
Morganella longispina (champaca scale)[3]
Nipaecoccus viridis (karoo thorn mealybug)[3]
Parastictococcus multispinosus[3]
Parlaspis papillosa[3]
Parlatoria artocarpi[3]
Perina nuda[4]
Phyllostomus hastatus (greater spear-nosed bat)[5]
Pinnaspis buxi (bamboo mussel-scale)[3]
Planococcus lilacinus (citrus mealybug)[3]
Presbytis potenziani (Mentawai leaf monkey)[6]
Pseudaulacaspis subcorticalis[3]
Pseudococcus solomonensis[3]
Pteropus giganteus (Indian flying fox)[7]
Pulvinaria psidii (green shield scale)[3]
Rastrococcus invadens (Mango mealybug)[3]
Semelaspidus artocarpi[3]
Sinistraspis unilateralis[3]
Trilocha varians[4]



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1Kattge, J. et al. (2011b) TRY - a global database of plant traits Global Change Biology 17:2905-2935
2Diversity in specific gravity and water content of wood among Bornean tropical rainforest trees, Eizi Suzuki, Ecological Research (1999) 14, 211–224
3Ben-Dov, Y., Miller, D.R. & Gibson, G.A.P. ScaleNet 4 November 2009
4HOSTS - a Database of the World's Lepidopteran Hostplants Gaden S. Robinson, Phillip R. Ackery, Ian J. Kitching, George W. Beccaloni AND Luis M. Hernández
5Phyllostomus hastatus, Mery Santos, Luis F. Aguirre, Luis B. Vázquez, and Jorge Ortega, MAMMALIAN SPECIES No. 722, pp. 1–6 (2003)
6"Habitat Use and Trophic Niche Overlap of Two Sympatric Colobines, Presbytis potenziani and Simias concolor, on Siberut Island, Indonesia", Susilo Hadi, Thomas Ziegler, Matthias Waltert, Fauzan Syamsuri, Michael Mühlenberg, J. Keith Hodges, Int. J. Primatol. (2012) 33:218–232
7Sudhakaran, M.R. & P.S. Doss (2012). Food and foraging preferences of three pteropo- did bats in southern India. Journal of Threatened Taxa 4(1): 2295-2303
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