Abutilon hirtum (Lamk) Sweet
Abutilon graveolens (Roxb. ex Hornem.) Wight & Arn. ex Wight)
|Malaysia||Angouri, bunga petang|
|Indonesia||Kecemplok (Javanese), kembang sore besar (Balinese), bunga waktu kuning (Moluccas)|
|Thailand||Khrop chak krawaan (central), top taap (northern), khrop see (peninsular)|
Malesia except for Sumatra, the Moluccas and New Guinea
It is an undershrub species that can reach a height of about 2.5 m. The stems, petioles and pedicels are densely covered with patent, long shiny simple hairs and minute stellate hairs, and viscid by short glandular hairs.
The colour of its petal is orange-yellow; usually with a purple centre.
The seed is completely or partly covered with short, patent and white hairs.
In Malesia, A. hirtum is found in waste places and along roadsides, especially in regions with a distinct dry season.
Plant Resources of South-East Asia No 12(2). 1998, Unesco.