Millettia peguensis Ali
Synonym                    : Millettia ovalifolia Kurz
Family                        : Papilionoideae
Local Names              : Moulien Rose Wood

Flowering and fruiting period: December – May
Distribution: Native of South East Asia
 Habitat: Grown as garden plant and ornamental tree
IUCN status: Data Deficient
Endemic: No
Uses: Ornamental, Timber yielding
Key Characters:  Small deciduous trees. Leaf imparipinnately compound; leaflets 5-7, elliptical, obtuse, acute to acuminate; stipules absent. Inflorescence a raceme, flowers solitary or fascicled; bract absent. Bracteoles ca 1 mm long. Pedicel ca 4-7 mm long. Calyx ca 1-2 mm long, glabrous except the margin, teeth inconspicuous. Standard petal 7-8 mm long, glabrous, auriculate. Disc absent. Ovary pubescent, ovules many. Fruit linear  glabrous to subglabrous.