|Species||Foetid; after the strong smelling fruit|
|Common Names||Horse Mango, Bachang|
|Native Distribution||West Malesia|
Mangifera foetida can be identified from the glossy and leathery leaves, which have obvious depressed secondary venation. Corner (1997) also described that the stiff and thick cardboard-like leaves, copper-red inflorescences with pink flowers, and stinking fruits are also identifying features of this mango species.
A tall Horse Mango in the Evolution Garden of the Botanic Gardens.
A fruiting individual in the rainforest of the Botanic Gardens.
Leaf cluster. Note the glossy surface and depressed veins.
The fruit and leaf for size comparison.