A Guide to Market Fruits of Borneo
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This guide covers the edible fruits and nuts found in markets, tamus, and roadside stalls in Borneo, that are now both cultivated, or collected from their forest habitats. It does not cover the many imported fruits, that are also sold, though many of these are also now cultivated in the Borneo states. These cultivated species are found in backyards in tamus and villages, in small orchards on small to large farms, to those planted in and around the villages. In rural communities, many of the wild species in the surrounding lands or forests, that are in known localities are protected from being felled by the local community, and the fruits when harvested are shared or sold in the markets.
|Dimensions||16 × 2 × 22 cm|