Baccaurea courtallensis (Wight) Muell.-Arg.
Synonym                    : Pierardia courtallensis Wight, Baccaurea sapida Bedd.
Family                        : Euphorbiaceae
Local Names              : Mootikaya, Mootilpazham, Mootippuli, Mootilthoori 
Flowering and fruiting period: January – June

Distribution: Peninsular India
Habitat: Evergreen and semi-evergreen forests
IUCN status: Data Deficient
Endemic: Yes
Uses: Fruits edible, anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial.
Key Characters: Evergreen trees to 15 m high; bark greyish-yellow. Leaves simple, alternate, margin entire. Flowers unisexual, dark crimson, in densely clustered slender racemes on mature stem. Male flowers: bracts lanceolate; tepals 4-5, linear, oblong, elliptic; stamens 4-8, free; anthers basifixed. Female flowers: bracts lanceolate; tepals 4-5, linear, oblong; ovary superior, ovoid, 3-locular; stigmas 3. Fruit a capsule, ovoid, pink-red when ripe, brown when dry.