|Etymology||Genus||Woolly; referring to the seed capsules of some species in this genus|
|Species||After panicles; arrangement of the inflorescences|
|Synonyms||Croton paniculatus Lam.|
|Common Names||Turn-in-the-Wind, Balek Angin|
|Native Distribution||South China to Malesia and northern Australia|
Mallotus paniculatus can be easily identified from its leaves. They are ovate with pointed tips and white undersides, and long petioles. The leaf margins that are simple to 3-lobed. The base of the leaves has a paired of glands.
A lone Turn-in-the-Wind tree in Bidadari Cemetery.
Fruits are small, trilobed, and covered with bristles.
Leaves with spiral arrangement.
Leaf upper surface.