A Tetrameles nudiflora is a deciduous tree that is native to tropical and subtropical regions of Asia.
The tree can grow up to 30 meters tall and its leaves are large, glossy, and deeply lobed. The tree produces white or pink flowers that bloom in the springtime.
The Tetrameles nudiflora is an important part of the ecosystem in its native habitat as it provides shelter and food for many animals.
If you're lucky enough to see a Tetrameles nudiflora in the wild, you'll most likely find it in forests or near rivers. The best time to see the tree is during the flowering season which typically occurs from March to May.
The tree often contains large hollows in the trunk or branches.
The tree is sometimes planted as an ornamental in parks and other large areas.
Traditionally it is used for making canoes.
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