Harpullia arborea (Blanco) Radlk.

  • Region


  • Country


  • State/Province


  • County/Municipio

    South West Tanna Area Council

  • Locality

    Tanna Island, in forest near Yenasur, along ridge to Mount Tukosmera.

  • Elevation

    Alt. 298 m. (978 ft.)

  • Coordinates

    -19.5943, 169.349

  • Distribution

    Map all specimens of this taxon

The Ethnobotany of Vanuatu
Gregory M. Plunkett #2961
N.V. Tikreib maner [Neuai]
stem The wood of this tree i§~used to fashion the
limbs of a bow. This wood is generally consid-
ered inferior to other species better suited to the
Source: John Pasua (m, 55), Samuel Herwaen (M, 29), Joseph
Kema (M, 28), Benjamin Tom (M, 18)
The Flora of Vanuatu
Harpullia arborea Radik.
Vanuatu: Tafea Province. Tanna Island. Southwest
Tanna, in forest near Yenasur, along ridge to Mount
S 19° 35’ 39.6"; E 169° 20’ 55.7"; 298 m elev.
Tree, 8 m tall, 22 cm dbh. Flowers creamy-white,
Growing at border between disturbed forest and garden
area. DNA, digital image. Duplicates: 6.
Gregory M. Plunkett, #2961 November 18,2014
Tom A. Ranker, Marika Tuiwawa, Chanel Sam, R. Sean
Thackurdeen, Frazer Alo, Benjamin Tom, Joseph Kema,
Samuel Herwaen, John Pascua
A collaboration ofNYBG and PVNH, funded by The Christensen Fund,
The National Geographic Society, and The Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund.