|Etymology||Genus||After Jonas Theodor Fagraeus, an 18th century Swedish naturalist|
|Species||Having small rounded teeth. This occurs along the leaf margins|
|Synonyms||Fagraea crenulata Maingay ex C.B.Clarke|
|Common Names||Cabbage Tree, Birah, Malabira|
|Native Distribution||Indochina, Peninsular Malaysia, Sumatra, and Borneo|
Limahlania crenulata has a single dominant trunk, and the primary branching radiates at specific points like a pagoda. The leaves are large, fleshy, stalkless, and arranged in whorls. The form and foliage resembles very closely with Terminalia catappa, but L. crenulata have much larger and rounder leaves.The young trees are especially distinctive because the trunk is covered with small thorns which disappear upon maturity. Besides that, the disproportionally large leaves with a short and thin bole makes it an eye-catching species.
Mature individuals of Limahlania crenulata.
A younger tree which seems to have disproportionally large leaves.
The trunks of young trees have numerous small thorns.
Fallen flowers. The fragrance is quite strong.
Oblong green fruits.