|Etymology||Genus||A point; referring to the pointed staminal column of the male flower|
|Species||Superb or magnificant|
|Synonyms||Bradleia finlaysoniana Wall., Phyllanthus superbus (Baill. ex Müll.Arg.) Müll.Arg.|
|Common Names||Great-leafed Pin-flower Tree|
|Native Distribution||Peninsular Malaysia, Singapore, Sumatra, and Borneo|
Glochidion superbum is a small tree very common at open areas in our Central Catchment Nature Reserve. The leaves are large (about 30cm long), slightly cordate, and covered with fine hairs; giving a nice velvety feel.
The Great-leafed Pin-flower Tree small tree with sparse, droopy branches.
Leaves are alternate and overlap each other.
Flowers are small and white.
Fruits are pink to red.