Horsfieldia irya (Gaertn.) Warb.
Synonym                    : Horsfieldia lemanniana (A.DC.) Warb.
Family                        : Myristicaceae
Local Names              : Pianggu, Darah-Darah

Flowering and fruiting period: November – April
Distribution: Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, Sumatra, Peninsular Malaysia
Habitat: Terrestrial 
IUCN status: Data Deficient
Endemic: No
Uses: Fruits edible. A decoction of the bark can be used as a gargle for sore throats. Latex used to clean ulcers. Leaves used to extract pus from boils and sores. Macerated root drank with lime juice as remedy for toxic snake bites. Minor hardwood species. Wood used for bottle lids. Its seeds contain an oleo-resin which can be used to make varnish.
Key Characters: It is a tree that can grow up to 40 m tall, with prop-roots, and buttress roots. Bark brown, shallowly fissured and flakey, exudates red and somewhat sticky. Foliage is alternate, stalked leaves have membranous leaf blades that are often curved towards the tip, are elliptic-oblong to lance-shaped. The plant is dioecious. Its flowers are yellow, and its male flowers are smaller than its female flowers. Fruiting bodies (infructescences) contain 2–8 fruits each. Its fruits are round, hairless, finely granular, yellowish orange. Its round seeds are covered by an orange-red to red coverings (arils).