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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Please id this matoa-like fruit
« on: February 08, 2019, 01:40:44 PM »
Now im stuck in Putussibau. Boatmen want up to 1000us S for a 100 km trip upriver so i think they just consider it too dangerous now.
Do you have a list of your Muara Teweh fruit? Would be very interesting.

1000 usd is too expensive, maybe just because you are foreigner and have no local friend.

I went to Putussibau last season.
Last month only reached Sanggau then going to West Kalimantan, and now i stay in Muara Teweh.

I listed my seeds in Buy&Sell menu, you can check http://tropicalfruitforum.com/index.php?topic=30732.0
Not including willughbeia elmerii, i got willughbeia elmerii from other province.

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Please id this matoa-like fruit
« on: February 08, 2019, 01:36:53 PM »
i have three willughbeias unidentified  ;D
Same with me. But the common one on Muara Teweh market, is it coriacea or sarawacensis or another one? And i tried to go deeper. Got struck at camp 66 living with the bridge repair team in a hut for 4 days while they waited for the buldozer repair crew😂, then i had to do a visa run🙄
No coriacea in Muara Teweh.
Atleast i haven't found coriacea in Muara Teweh and still hunting it.
It only available in deep wild jungle.

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Please id this matoa-like fruit
« on: February 06, 2019, 09:32:41 PM »
Thank you, i think i also saw it in Muara Teweh. Good place for fruit. Are you good with Willughbeia id?
It's really good place to search fruit in here, i found about 55 species in here.
You should go more deep to find rare fruits.

I'm not really good in identify willughbeia, should look at the flowers.
Unfortunately i found it fruiting not with the flower, i have three willughbeias unidentified  ;D

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Please id this matoa-like fruit
« on: February 06, 2019, 08:33:55 AM »
Positive D.racontomelon costatum.

Tamiang Layang are 3-4 hours from my place now Muara Teweh city, Dracontomelon can be found at villages.

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Hi, does you have flesh of Bengsange
Not yet, tommorow i will take the photo

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Dayak Siang???
That's Dayak tribe in Puruk Cahu, Murung Raya district.


That's species is Durio excelcus.
Shape are like a bell, sharp spines, red exocarp, red pulp with white flower.
Same species that i found in here in North Barito.





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The number 54, that you don't know what it is, seems to be some kind of Pouteria Sp.
The seeds look a lot like Pouteria seeds, and also the fruit morfology it's very close to this genus.
Did you noticed any latex on the plant?
Yes, i agree with Grapebush. The buah nyatu, unidentified fruit, looks like something in sapotaceae family. The seeds look like sapote seeds. Are there any native types of sapotes in your area?
Yes you guys are right.
I got the information already, it's palaquium rostratum.

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The number 54, that you don't know what it is, seems to be some kind of Pouteria Sp.
The seeds look a lot like Pouteria seeds, and also the fruit morfology it's very close to this genus.
Did you noticed any latex on the plant?
Yes mate, it is latex on the plant

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Extremly rare species added

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I would like to order some artocarpus seeds, but i want to avoid low temperature right now in europe. Will you still have them avaible in 1 or 2 month?
Hi Felipe,
It's been ling time, how are you?
I'm not sure whether it will be still available in 1-2 month.
Maybe still have some of them in a month.
I'm not sure the best tips to wrap seeds to avoid cold, maybe you have any advice.

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Gday Maryoto.
 My Mesta seeds have arrived and all in great condition. Seeds are large size which is great. Do Mesta fruit have larger seeds than purple mangosteen? I am very very happy with your efforts to find these seeds for me. Excellent work. Well done.
Hi Gary,
I'm happy the seeds reached you safely.
Yes the seeds pretty big than usual mangosteen.
Thanks mate, happy planting

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Hello. why Durio acutifolius is not pink right picture
Yes, cause i took the photos when it was unripe.

And it was wrong in identification, i thought it was Durio acutifolius and the truth is it's Durio excelcus.
The Durio excelcus fruit spines are longer and sharper than Durio acutifolius.

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Artocarpus and Xanthophyllum sp. added

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Dracontomelon costatum added

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I understand you are not responsible if the package is seized by buyer's country, but your country, really? how do you expect buyers from different countries to know what your custom rules and laws are!
 

- I will do the best for the package arrived of buyer hands but i'm not responsible if the package seized by my country or buyer country's customs (No refund), every country has different rules and sending seeds always has risk except for free countries.
Sorry.
Like DurianLover said, it just about planting materials.
I will change it so there will be no misunderstanding

Makes perfect sense now so thanks for fixing it.  PM sent.
Okay

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I understand you are not responsible if the package is seized by buyer's country, but your country, really? how do you expect buyers from different countries to know what your custom rules and laws are!
 

- I will do the best for the package arrived of buyer hands but i'm not responsible if the package seized by my country or buyer country's customs (No refund), every country has different rules and sending seeds always has risk except for free countries.
Sorry.
Like DurianLover said, it just about planting materials.
I will change it so there will be no misunderstanding

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Nephelium melanomiscum added

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RARE BORNEO FRUIT SEEDS, SEASON 2019


1. Artocarpus sp.
Extremly rare.
The exocarp shape are almost similar to Artocarpus anisophyllus, and the size are smaller.
But the leaves, mesocarp and the exocarp spines are different with Artocarpus anisophyllus.
Common name: Bengsange.
Tastes: Sweet and tasty.
Price: $3.00 USD each seed.


2. Artocarpus sp.
Extremly rare.
Common name: Bondon.
Tastes: Sweet and tasty, the tastiest fruit of Artocarpus.
Price: $4.00 USD each seed.


3. Artocarpus lanceifolius
Common name: Keledang.
Tastes: Sweet and tasty Artocarpus, with thick flesh.
Price: $3.00 USD each seed.


4. Artocarpus rigidus
Common name: Tempuni.
Tastes: Sweet with a very slightly sour, and thick flesh.
Price: $3.00 USD each seed.


5. Artocarpus anisophyllus
Common name: Mentawak.
Tastes: Sweet and delicious.
Price: $2.50 USD each seed.


6. Artocarpus sericicarpus
Common name: Pedalai.
Tastes: Sweet.
Price: $2.50 USD each seed.


7. Artocarpus sarawakensis
Common name: Pingan, Binturung.
Tastes: Sweet and fragrant.
Price: $2.50 USD each seed.


8. Artocarpus odoratissimus
Common name: Tarap.
Tastes: Sweet and fragrant, similar with Artocarpus sarawakensis.
Price: $2.00 USD each seed.


9. Artocarpus kemando
Common name: Kemando.
Tastes: Sweet.
Price: $2.75 USD each seed.


10. Baccaurea macrocarpa
Common name: Tampoi.
Tastes: Sweet.
Price: $2.00 USD each seed.


11. Baccaurea edulis
Common name: Mawoi.
Tastes: Sweet, in the past the fruit used by local people for making liquor.
Price: $2.00 USD each seed.


12. Baccaurea deflexa
Common name: Tampoi merah.
Tastes: Sweet with a slightly sour.
Price: $2.00 USD each seed.


13. Baccaurea sp
Common name: Luwi.
Tastes: Very sweet, sweeter than Baccaurea macrocarpa.
Price: $2.50 USD each seed.


14. Baccaurea angulata
Common name: Belimbing darah/Blood starfruit.
Tastes: Sweet with a slightly sour.
Price: $2.50 USD each seed.


15. Baccaurea pyriformis
Common name: Keliwetn.
Tastes: Sweet with a slightly sour.
Price: $2.00 USD each seed.


16. Baccaurea parviflora
Common name: Setambun.
Tastes: Sweet and sour.
Price: $2.00 USD each seed.


17. Bouea macrophylla
Common name: Maprang, Gandaria.
Tastes: Mix sweet and a slightly sour.
Price: $2.00 USD each seed.


18. Dacryodes rostrata
Flush with boiled water and wait for five minutes, then sprinkle it with salt and ready to be consume.
Common name: Klasu.
Tastes: Tasty.
Price: $2.50 USD each seed.


19. Dimocarpus malesianus
Common name: Mata kucing.
Tastes: Sweet.
Price: $2.00 USD each seed.


20. Dimocarpus malesianus ssp.
Mini variety of Dimocarpus malesianus.
Common name: Rupai.
Tastes: Sweet.
Price: $2.00 USD each seed.


21. Dracontomelon costatum
Common name: Pitanak.
Tastes: Very sweet.
Price: $3.00 USD each seed.


22. Durio hybrid - Natural cross pollination of Durio dulcis X Durio kutejensis
Common name: Pampakin layung, Maloy.
Tastes: Creamy and delicious.
Price: $5.00 USD each seed.


23. Durio hybrid - Natural cross pollination of Durio kutejensis X Durio zibethinus
Common name: Durian pakin.
Tastes: The aroma and the taste of the Durio kutejensis tends to be stronger, very sweet with thick flesh.
Price: $5.00 USD each seed.


24. Durio hybrid - Natural cross pollination of Durio zibethinus X Durio kutejensis
Common name: Leko.
Tastes: The aroma and the taste of the Durio zibethinus tends to be stronger, sweet with a little bit of bitter taste and thick flesh.
Price: $5.00 USD each seed.


25. Durio hybrid - Natural cross pollination of Durio dulcis X Durio zibethinus *Out of stock*
Common name: Durian karung.
Tastes: Very delicious.
Price: $5.00 USD each seed.


26. Durio excelcus
Beautiful durio species, but odorless and flavourless.
Common name: Apun, Durian daun.
Tastes: Flavourless.
Price: $4.00 USD each seed.


27. Durio oxleyanus
Common name: Terotung.
Tastes: Delicious and creamy.
Price: $3.50 USD each seed.


28. Durio oxleyanus - Var. Mahrawin
It has thinner, denser spines, and has a hint of pine.
Common name: Mahrawin.
Tastes: Delicious.
Price: $4.00 USD each seed.


29. Durio oxleyanus - Var. Dwarf fruits
The tree is usual not dwarf, the fruits is dwarf.
Common name: Terotung mini, Dwarf oxleyanus.
Tastes: Delicious.
Price: $3.50 USD each seed.


30. Durio dulcis
Common name: Lahung.
Tastes: Delicious with strong aroma.
Price: $3.50 USD each seed.


31. Durio kutejensis
One of odorless durian species.
Common name: Pekawai.
Tastes: Delicious.
Price: $3.50 USD each seed.


32. Durio graveolens - Red variety
One of odorless durian species.
Common name: Tuwola.
Tastes: Delicious and creamy.
Price: $4.00 USD each seed.


33. Garcinia forbesii
Common name: Mundar.
Tastes: Sweet mix sour.
Price: $1.90 USD each seed.


34. Lepisanthes alata
Common name: Gindalun, Anggur dayak.
Tastes: Very sweet.
Price: $3.00 USD each seed.


35. Lepisanthes amoena
Common name: Brengalun.
Tastes: Sweet.
Price: $2.50 USD each seed.


36. Litsea garciae
Common name: Kalangkala.
Tastes: Delicious, it tastes like avocado.
Price: $2.50 USD each seed.


37. Mangosteen hybrid a.k.a Mesta - Cross pollination mangosteen *Out of stock*
Local name: Mesta, Manggis kampung.
Tastes: Very sweet and tasty, sweeter and bigger than usual mangosteen.
Price: $3.25 USD each seed.


38. Nephelium juglandifolium
Common name: Lungsir.
Tastes: Sweet with a slightly sour.
Price: $3.00 USD each seed.


39. Red Nephelium mutabile - Small variety
Common name: Pulasan merah.
Tastes: Sweet with a slightly sour.
Price: $3.00 USD each seed.


40. Red Nephelium mutabile - Big variety
Common name: Tangkuhau.
Tastes: Sweet.
Price: $3.00 USD each seed.


41. Black Nephelium mutabile
Common name: Pulasan hitam.
Tastes: Sweet.
Price: $3.00 USD each seed.


42. Nephelium melliferum
Beautiful rambutan species.
When still immature the fruit color is green, turned into yellow when almost ripe, and then turned into red when fully ripe.
Common name: Kedupai.
Tastes: Sweet.
Price: $3.00 USD each seed.


43. Nephelium melanomiscum
Common name: Mertapang.
Tastes: Sweet.
Price: $3.00 USD each seed.


44. Nephelium uncinatum
Common name: Lanamun.
Tastes: Sweet.
Price: $2.50 USD each seed.


45. Nephelium cuspidatum var. cuspidatum
Common name: Reket.
Tastes: Sweet.
Price: $2.50 USD each seed.


46. Nephelium cuspidatum var. robustum
Beautiful nephelium cuspidatum varieties.
Common name: Senturuk daun.
Tastes: Sweet.
Price: $3.25 USD each seed.


47. Nephelium mainganyi
Common name: Untit, Perot kelik.
Tastes: Sweet.
Price: $2.50 USD each seed.


48. Nephelium sp
Beautiful nephelium species, definately not from nephelium lappaceum varieties.
Common name: Puson.
Tastes: Sweet.
Price: $3.50 USD each seed.


49. Palaquium rostratum
Extremly rare.
It tastes 100% similar as avocado, but this fruit tastes is sweet while avocado have no sweet taste.
The fruit size is big.
Common name: Buah nyatu, Nyatoh.
Tastes: Really sweet.
Price: $6.00 USD each seed.


50. Salacca affinis
The wild red salacca from Borneo.
Common name: Red salak, Salak hutan.
Tastes: Sweet mix sour.
Price: $3.00 USD each seed.


51. Willughbeia angustifolia
Tasty and delicious fruits.
Common name: Gitak madu.
Tastes: Similar with Orange sherbet.
Price: $3.50 USD each seed.


52. Willughbeia sarawakensis
Tasty and delicious fruits.
Common name: Gitak susu.
Tastes: Similar with orange sherbet, sweeter than willughbeia angustifolia.
Price: $3.50 USD each seed.


53. Willughbeia sp
Small willughbeia species with sweet tastes.
Common name: Telur kotap.
Tastes: Sweet.
Price: $3.50 USD each seed.


54. Willughbeia sp *Out of stock*
Common name: Buah datan.
Tastes: Sour.
Price: $3.50 USD each seed.


55. Willughbeia sp
From seven species of Willughbeia that i have found, this type is the best that has the 100% sweetest taste and thick flesh.
Common name: Tampirik.
Tastes: Very sweet.
Price: $4.25 USD each seed.


56. Willughbeia elmerii
Extremly rare of willughbeia fruit.
Common name: Gitak tabau.
Tastes: Similar with mangosteen.
Price: $5.00 USD each seed.


57. Xanthophyllum adenotus
The exocarp of the fruit is reddish-brown colored.
Common name: Nyalin.
Tastes: Very sweet, similar with Chrysophyllum cainito.
Price: $3.00 USD each seed.


58. Xanthophyllum ellipticum
The exocarp of the fruit is yellow-orange-red colored.
Common name: Molalin.
Tastes: Very sweet.
Price: $3.25 USD each seed.


59. Xanthophyllum amoenum
Common name: Langir.
Tastes: Very sweet.
Price: $3.00 USD each seed.









VERY IMPORTANT, PLEASE READ CAREFULLY BEFORE YOU DECIDE TO BUY !!!
- Decide what and how many seeds you want to buy, then i will calculate all including EMS shipping costs.
- Send your complete address and also your phone number (Postal system requires your phone number to process the shipment) after you made payment.
- Only accept PAYPAL and WESTERN UNION payments.
- Only available EMS shipping with tracking.
- Every country has different EMS shipping rates, and in my country every island also has different EMS shipping rates.
- AFTER PAYMENT MADE, SHIPMENT WILL BE PROCESSED WITHIN A WEEK BECAUSE NOT ABLE TO SEND PACKAGE FROM MY AREA AND I SHOULD SEND THE PACKAGE TO MY FRIEND AT FIRST (MY FRIEND IS POSTAL EMPLOYEE) IN OTHER CITY, THEN MY FRIEND WILL PROCESS THE SHIPMENT FROM HIS OFFICE.
- Always trying to be a professional seller, if seeds arrived rotten  please let me know and i will replace the seeds.
- I will do the best for the package arrived of buyer hands but i'm not responsible if the package seized by buyer's country customs (No refund), every country has different rules and sending seeds always has risk except for free countries (Australia, South Korea etc.).
- WHOLESALE BUYERS are welcome.
- Fruiting season is short, so i need fast response.
- Everytime i got new fruit seeds, i will update this post.

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Seeds received.  I requested them moist because our customs doesn't ever seem care if things sprout in transit, but things can get stuck in holding for quite a while  85% of the seeds arrived germinated - some so big I'm surprised they hadn't fruited, lol  ;)  10+cm roots on some of them.  Great germination rate already, and thanks for packaging them well, maryoto!  :)

If you have any tips for any of them, feel free to send them my way (A. anisophyllus, A. nanceifolius, A. sericicarpus, B. macrocarpa, G. duclis, M. casturi, W. angustifolia, W. sp. "Tampirik")  :)
Okay

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