|Cannonball mangrove in the Daintree region of Queensland, Australia.|
Xylocarpus is a genus of plants in the mahogany family (Meliaceae). It includes two or three species of mangroves, native to coastal mangrove forests of the Western and Central Indo-Pacific, from eastern Africa to Tonga.
Xylocarpus is the only mangrove genus in family Meliaceae.
- "Xylocarpus", NPGS-GRIN database, NPGS
- Raju, J. S. S. N. (2003). "Xylocarpus (Meliaceae): A less-known mangrove taxon of the Godavari estuary, India" (PDF). Current Science. Indian Academy of Sciences. 84 (7): 879–881.
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