|Etymology||Genus||Everlasting; reference to plant unknown|
|Synonyms||Aidia coriacea (Miq.) Tirveng., Randia densiflora (Wall.) Benth., Aidia wallichiana Tirveng.|
|Common Names||Wild Randa|
|Form||Shrub or tree|
|Native Distribution||India, Myanmar, Thailand, Peninsular Malaysia, Sumatra, Singapore, Borneo|
Aidia densiflora is a shrub or small tree of up to 18m (Corner, 1997). The leaves are elliptic and oppositely arranged. At each alternate node, one of the leaves is severely reduced to a small strand or absent. They flower and fruit gregariously.
A bunch of the Densely Flowered Aidia along Chemparai Trail at MacRitchie Reservoir.
Flowers are densely clustered together.
Bright red fruits which will turn black.