|Etymology||Genus||After the name Gnemon|
|Species||After the Moluccan common name of the plant, Ganema|
|Synonyms||Gnetum ovalifolium Poir., Gnetum acutatum Miq.|
|Status||Native: Critically Endangered|
|Native Distribution||Tropical America, Africa, Asia, Australia|
Gnetum gnemon is a very commonly cultivated tree also present in abandoned plantations. It is distinctive from its conical form, rings along its stem, and the white threads from the torn leaves.
Form of the Belinjau. It may be multi or single stemmed.
Venation of the leaf.
Leaves are usually droopy.
Sclereid threads from a torn leaf.
Rings at the stem.