No known common name, species may be incorrect. This is a wild, red fruited Syzygium with fruits roughly the size of a malay apple. Not known if edible. A notable feature of this species is its fruits, which are borne along the trunk and main branches. Fruits also commonly appear near the ground, at the lower part of the trunk.
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Cultivation information is unknown. The tree is presumably tropical, but may have hardiness much like the wax jambu.
Native to Papua New Guinea and some Pacific Islands. Worldwide range unknown.