|Etymology||Genus||Large tubes; probably referring to its tubular flowers|
|Species||After Cochinchina, a region which is now part of south Vietnam|
|Synonyms||Loranthus cochinchinensis Lour.|
|Common Names||Common Chinese Mistletoe|
|Native Distribution||From Himalayas to South China, Indochina, and Malesia|
The Common Chinese Mistletoe attached to its host tree. The leaves are all very uniformly shaped and bend upwards at the mid-veins.
The leaves are opposite and have pointed ends.
Suction-cup like haustoria attaching to the host tree.
Flower buds have a yellow tip.