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Sorry , I'm new to the forum , which means PM ?
PM stand for Private Email you dont want to discuss with the public fourum only to Maryoto.  So lets say you are at your computer, go to your left, you see were it say JHMO, double click it, your name, if you using iphone like me, just touch your name and it will jump into a PM window.  So if you see any member avatar to the left, double click on their name if computer, smart phone just touch that member name & a window open so you can than private message them.😃
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Sorry , I'm new to the forum , which means PM ?
PM stand for Private Email you dont want to discuss with the public fourum only to Maryoto.  So lets say you are at your computer, go to your left, you see were it say JHMO, double click it, your name, if you using iphone like me, just touch your name and it will jump into a PM window.  So if you see any member avatar to the left, double click on their name if computer, smart phone just touch that member name & a window open so you can than private message them.😃

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Hi Maryoto,
A small note to let you know your seeds arrived in good condition and well packed, thank you.

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Maryoto, I was just browsing, trying to know more about fruits that exists all around the world, when found the following pages, talking about fruits from Phillipines, Indonésia and nearest places:

http://www.phytoimages.siu.edu/imgs/benctan/r/Meliaceae_Chisocheton_patens_35316.html
http://www.phytoimages.siu.edu/imgs/benctan/r/Meliaceae_Chisocheton_patens_35319.html
http://www.phytoimages.siu.edu/imgs/benctan/r/Meliaceae_Chisocheton_patens_27929.html

Based upon these photos, looks like the Chisocheton Patens can be a good canditate for paisagism, but I´m interested in the fruits. After to extend the search, I don´t found any information about them, nor if they are edible or not.

Do you have information about them?
In advance, thank you!

Shocking news:: I tried to contact Mr. Leonardo, which the e-mail is listed in those pages, but received this answer:
"I am sorry to write you that I can not help you with the question raised for the plant pictures in Meliaceae which you asked me.  Mr. Leonardo is dead for thee years after he was shot dead by a Philippine military officer in the rainforest when he was collecting plant." Sadly, viollence is all around these days.  :(
In any case, the person who answered my email forwarded it to a taxonomist. Maybe he can answer my questions about the fruit.
« Last Edit: April 07, 2015, 03:03:28 PM by Cassio »

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The tampirik has landed and they are the in the greatest condition of willobeihia sp ive gotten this season. 
Mahalo Nui Loa!
Thanks again
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Yes mine arrived today, would be a little earlier if the stork didnt  get blown to Hawaii!😜


you aint kidding for freshness.  Wonder if they are edible if roasted  Maryoto? 😃 Thank You !  Dont forget about the Willughbeia Elmerii for Us next season; I know Micah, Ricardo, Durianlover, Evilfruit just a few like to have it in their collection too!👍👍👍
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Pometia pinnata from Borneo? what different with those from Papua? I have them from Java and Papua. Could you show me the pictures or others. I am from Bogor, West Java. Do you know how to apply paypal account? I have problems that swift code bank limited to 6 digits and account no limited to 8 digits, whereas BCA and BRI consist over digits. could you help me? Thank you.

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Hi Maryoto,
A small note to let you know your seeds arrived in good condition and well packed, thank you.
You're welcome my friend.
I'm happy your seeds arrived safely.
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Maryoto, I was just browsing, trying to know more about fruits that exists all around the world, when found the following pages, talking about fruits from Phillipines, Indonésia and nearest places:

http://www.phytoimages.siu.edu/imgs/benctan/r/Meliaceae_Chisocheton_patens_35316.html
http://www.phytoimages.siu.edu/imgs/benctan/r/Meliaceae_Chisocheton_patens_35319.html
http://www.phytoimages.siu.edu/imgs/benctan/r/Meliaceae_Chisocheton_patens_27929.html

Based upon these photos, looks like the Chisocheton Patens can be a good canditate for paisagism, but I´m interested in the fruits. After to extend the search, I don´t found any information about them, nor if they are edible or not.

Do you have information about them?
In advance, thank you!

Shocking news:: I tried to contact Mr. Leonardo, which the e-mail is listed in those pages, but received this answer:
"I am sorry to write you that I can not help you with the question raised for the plant pictures in Meliaceae which you asked me.  Mr. Leonardo is dead for thee years after he was shot dead by a Philippine military officer in the rainforest when he was collecting plant." Sadly, viollence is all around these days.  :(
In any case, the person who answered my email forwarded it to a taxonomist. Maybe he can answer my questions about the fruit.

Hello my friend,

I never heard the plant before.
Also never found it in jungle or villages in here.

But i found information in asianplant.net about this species.
Interesting species, only local peoples who know whether the fruits are edible or not.
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My Maryoto
The tampirik has landed and they are the in the greatest condition of willobeihia sp ive gotten this season. 
Mahalo Nui Loa!
Thanks again
I Highly recommend this fruit hunter...he get um


Yes mine arrived today, would be a little earlier if the stork didnt  get blown to Hawaii!😜


you aint kidding for freshness.  Wonder if they are edible if roasted  Maryoto? 😃 Thank You !  Dont forget about the Willughbeia Elmerii for Us next season; I know Micah, Ricardo, Durianlover, Evilfruit just a few like to have it in their collection too!👍👍👍

Haha you kidding me my friend.

By the way, you're welcome.
I'm really happy your seeds arrived in good shape.

Don't worry, i'll go hunting fruits again next season on january...hopefully i can get willughbeia elmerii.
There's 9 or maybe 10 willughbeia species in Indonesia.
So far i only found 2 species.
You guys will see my news if i get the Willughbeia elmerii.
I'm the explorer

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Pometia pinnata from Borneo? what different with those from Papua? I have them from Java and Papua. Could you show me the pictures or others. I am from Bogor, West Java. Do you know how to apply paypal account? I have problems that swift code bank limited to 6 digits and account no limited to 8 digits, whereas BCA and BRI consist over digits. could you help me? Thank you.

My regards,
Lazarus Sukamyo

Pometia pinnata from borneo are smaller.
But it has a more pungent aroma even when you do not peel the fruit.

You can see the photo in my post.

Sorry, i forgot how to apply paypal account...it's been a long time ago i applied paypal.
But you can find the informations in here:
http://alkatro.blogspot.com/2011/08/cara-menambahkan-akun-bank-bri-ke.html
http://onlines-vip.blogspot.com/2013/05/cara-menambah-rekening-bank-lokal-ke.html
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The tampirik has landed and they are the in the greatest condition of willobeihia sp ive gotten this season. 
Mahalo Nui Loa!
Thanks again
I Highly recommend this fruit hunter...he get um


Yes mine arrived today, would be a little earlier if the stork didnt  get blown to Hawaii!😜


you aint kidding for freshness.  Wonder if they are edible if roasted  Maryoto? 😃 Thank You !  Dont forget about the Willughbeia Elmerii for Us next season; I know Micah, Ricardo, Durianlover, Evilfruit just a few like to have it in their collection too!👍👍👍

Haha you kidding me my friend.

By the way, you're welcome.
I'm really happy your seeds arrived in good shape.

Don't worry, i'll go hunting fruits again next season on january...hopefully i can get willughbeia elmerii.
There's 9 or maybe 10 willughbeia species in Indonesia.
So far i only found 2 species.
You guys will see my news if i get the Willughbeia elmerii.
or any willughbeia we will cry in tears Maryoto! If my stuff get stolen again by 👽 , I will certainly need to order the three Willughbeia orders in 2015 season again in 2016! You Rock Maryoto!👍👍👍
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The tampirik has landed and they are the in the greatest condition of willobeihia sp ive gotten this season. 
Mahalo Nui Loa!
Thanks again
I Highly recommend this fruit hunter...he get um


Yes mine arrived today, would be a little earlier if the stork didnt  get blown to Hawaii!😜


you aint kidding for freshness.  Wonder if they are edible if roasted  Maryoto? 😃 Thank You !  Dont forget about the Willughbeia Elmerii for Us next season; I know Micah, Ricardo, Durianlover, Evilfruit just a few like to have it in their collection too!👍👍👍

Haha you kidding me my friend.

By the way, you're welcome.
I'm really happy your seeds arrived in good shape.

Don't worry, i'll go hunting fruits again next season on january...hopefully i can get willughbeia elmerii.
There's 9 or maybe 10 willughbeia species in Indonesia.
So far i only found 2 species.
You guys will see my news if i get the Willughbeia elmerii.
or any willughbeia we will cry in tears Maryoto! If my stuff get stolen again by 👽 , I will certainly need to order the three Willughbeia orders in 2015 season again in 2016! You Rock Maryoto!👍👍👍

Haha Thanks Jack
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Maryoto,
There is much diversity of pometia in and around new guinea and some look just the same as those.

Here are some I ate recently but these are not the good ones.
Are the elongated mangosteens more acidic than normal mangosteens and are the leaves on the trees smaller?

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Maryoto, wild mangosten (selabi) seeds are available? I´m talking about this fruit:
http://www.mysabah.com/wordpress/wild-mangosteen-of-borneo/ Is it monoic or dioic? The tree don´t appears to be so high as the popular mangosten, right? The fruit has indeed a good taste?
If seeds are available, how much for each one?  :)

Seeds of these other fruits are availabe too? Is it monoic or dioic? how much for each one?
http://bombasticborneo.com/2013/01/crystal-fruit/
http://bombasticborneo.com/2012/11/torok/

In advance, thank you!
« Last Edit: April 09, 2015, 12:01:29 PM by Cassio »

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Maryoto, wild mangosten (selabi) seeds are available? I´m talking about this fruit:
http://www.mysabah.com/wordpress/wild-mangosteen-of-borneo/

Is it a self-fertile species? The tree don´t appears to be so high as the popular mangosten, right? The fruit has indeed a good taste?

If seeds are available, whats the price?  :)


It is Willughbeia.

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Maryoto,
There is much diversity of pometia in and around new guinea and some look just the same as those.

Here are some I ate recently but these are not the good ones.
Are the elongated mangosteens more acidic than normal mangosteens and are the leaves on the trees smaller?

Hi Mike,

Yes, you right Mike.
There's many pometia pinnata verieties.

No, the elongated mangosteens has a slightly sweeter taste than usual mangosteen.
Leaves and tress are similar with usual mangosteen.
But unfortunately, i forgot to take the photos.
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Maryoto, wild mangosten (selabi) seeds are available? I´m talking about this fruit:
http://www.mysabah.com/wordpress/wild-mangosteen-of-borneo/ Is it monoic or dioic? The tree don´t appears to be so high as the popular mangosten, right? The fruit has indeed a good taste?
If seeds are available, how much for each one?  :)

Seeds of these other fruits are availabe too? Is it monoic or dioic? how much for each one?
http://bombasticborneo.com/2013/01/crystal-fruit/
http://bombasticborneo.com/2012/11/torok/

In advance, thank you!

Hello my friend,

Like Jack(Coconut) said, Selabi or wild mangosteen are Willughbeia angustifolia.
I'm wondering why malaysian peoples call it wild mangosteen.
In fact, it tastes much different from the mangosteen.
It's a vine, but can be grow to be very big vine.


Crystal fruits is Pometia pinnata or called Kasai in local language.
I'm not really sure whether those species are monoic or dioic.

Torok is Mundar in bakumpai language.
It might be garcinia forbesii.

Unfortunately, the torok and willughbeia season has ended...don't have the seeds anymore,sorry.
About kasai, you can see my post at front page.
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Maryoto, wild mangosten (selabi) seeds are available? I´m talking about this fruit:
http://www.mysabah.com/wordpress/wild-mangosteen-of-borneo/

Is it a self-fertile species? The tree don´t appears to be so high as the popular mangosten, right? The fruit has indeed a good taste?

If seeds are available, whats the price?  :)


It is Willughbeia.

You absolutely correct my friend haha
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Got some durian seeds and others from Maryoto, and they were quickly shipped, undamaged, and cleverly packaged!
Highly recommended!

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Maryoto is THE man!!!!  8)
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Hi Maryoto,
Do you have any information on the Xanthophyllum tree? Are they large trees?
Thanks!

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Got some durian seeds and others from Maryoto, and they were quickly shipped, undamaged, and cleverly packaged!
Highly recommended!
Thank you Joyce
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