The wing of the fruit is red on the outside and green-golden on the inside when fresh, becoming brown then black and papery when dry and ready for the seeds to be released for wind dispersal. The single-seeded fruits usually hang in clumps of five. The bark is a source of fibre for rope making. It is also used in dyeing cloth; the specific epithet, tinctorium, reflects this.
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