Pterospermum diversifolium Blume
Synonym                    : Pterospermum glabrescens Wight & Arn.
Family                        : Sterculiaceae
Local Names              : Pambaram 
Flowering and fruiting period: December – April

Distribution: Indo-Malaysia
Habitat: Evergreen and semi-evergreen forests
IUCN status: Data Deficient
Endemic: No
Uses: Timber yielding. The bark and flowers are charred and combined with the glands of Mallotus philippinensis in the treatment of smallpox in order to cause suppuration
Key Characters: Trees, to 18 m high, bark surface brown mottled with green and white. Leaves simple, alternate, distichous, rectangular-oblong, margin entire, glabrous above, silvery pubescent beneath. Flowers bisexual, white, axillary, solitary or geminate. Cayx tubular; lobes 10-13. Petals 5, oblong, white, deciduous. Staminal column adnate to the gynophore. Ovary superior, 5-celled, ovules many. Fruit a capsule, oblong, 5-angled, smooth, winged at one end.