Family • Moraceae - Artocarpus rubrovenia Warb.
|Artocarpus rubrovenia Warb.|
|Anabiong (Tag.)||Hamigi (P. Bis.)||Obien (Pamp.)|
|Anabling (Bik.)||Haumgoi (P. Bis.)||Tagap (Tag.)|
|Anubing (Tag.)||Kalulot (Tag.)||Tumolubo (Klg.)|
|Avutag (Iv.)||Kilikili (S. L. Bis.)||Ubien (Pang.)|
|Bayuko (Bis.)||Kubi (Bik., Bis., Tag.)||Udien (Ig.)|
Kalulot is an erect tree, up to 8 meters high. Leaves are subcoriaceous, conduplicate, smooth, paler beneath, oblong and sometimes elliptic, 18 to 22 centimeters long , and 7 to 10 centimeters wide, the abrupt apex recurved, and obtusely rounded at the base. Inflorescence is axillary, obovoid, upon a short, thick, hairy stalk. Male heads are a trifle wider than long, 1.25 centimeters across, yellowish, and soft. Female heads are dark green, rounded, about 1 centimeter in diameter. Fruit has several seeds.
– Endemic species found in forests at medium altitudes from Cagayan to Sorsogon Provinces in Luzon; and in Mindoro and Cagayan del Sulu.
Decoction of bark and fresh leaves is give in fevers.