Canarium indicum, known as galip nut, is a mainly dioecious tree native in eastern Melanesia. It is usually found in rainforests, secondary forests, old garden areas, around villages and settlements. It is also used as a shade tree, as a windbreak and in agroforestry. It’s fruit is a highly seasonal fruit that is available only during the months of October-December. It has an oblong shape 3–4 cm long and weighs 10–13 g each . Canarium fruits have an appearance similar to olive fruits. This fruit has a light green color and becomes dark purple or black as it ripes.
Sambranimaram ( Thellimaram)
Scientific name : Canarium commune
Take : fruit
Weight : 10-13 g
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