Celtis philippensis Blanco
Blanco, F.M. (1837), Flora de Filipinas : 197. Type: Malaitmo, Collector unknown.
Malaiino; Celtis; Kaju Lulu
Leaf blades oblong to ovate, acuminate, 6-18 x 3.5-8.5 cm, glabrous; base cuneate to truncate; petioles glabrous, occasionally sparsely pubescent, petioles 5-8 mm long; juveniles leaves with serrate or crenate margins. Oil dots visible with a lens or just visible to the naked eye. Two main lateral veins arise at the very base of the leaf blade and run almost to the apex.
Features not available.
Food plant for the larval stages of the Common Aeroplane and Tailed Emperor Butterflies. Common & Waterhouse (1981).
Celtis australiensis Sattarian, Blumea 50: 499 (2005), Type: Western Australia, Geikie Gorge, 14 May 1992, Telford 11722. Holo: CBG. Iso: BISH, BRI, L, NSW,PERTH.