Chukrasia tabularis A.Juss.
Jussieu, A.H.L. de (1830) Mem. Mus. Par. 19: 251. Type: India; Malaya.
White Cedar; Mahogany, East Indian; Indian Red Wood; East Indian Mahogany; Chittagong Wood; Chickrassia; Bastard Cedar; Cedar, White; Cedar, Bastard
Deciduous; leafless for a period in the dry season.
Fruits quite large, up to 4 x 3.5 cm. Seeds winged at one end.
Occurs in NEQ. An aggressive introduced species which produces large seed crops and large crops of seedlings which tend to form pure stands in disturbed rain forest. Originally from the India-SE Asia region, it has become naturalised on parts of the Atherton Tableland particularly where it was established in plantations, e.g. Gadgarra and Wongabel. Grows in rain forest and rain forest regrowth at elevations around 650-750 m.