Duabanga (family Sonneratiaceae) A genus of large trees which have a monopodial crown and drooping branches with terminal clusters of white, nocturnal, bat-pollinated flowers. The fruit is a capsule. Duabanga produce pale, light, useful timber. There are 2 species, occurring from the Himalayas to New Guinea.
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