| Anisoptera, Cotylelobium, Gluta renghas, Parashorea, Dryobalanops|Anisoptera marginata Wikipedia
Anisoptera marginata is a species of plant in the Dipterocarpaceae family. The species name marginata is derived from Latin (maginatus = bordered) and refers to the distinct intermarginal vein of the leaf blade. A. marginata is a canopy tree, up to 45 m tall, found in mixed peat swamp forests and in poorly drained kerangas forests. In Sabah it is also found on soils derived from ultrabasic rock. This species is found in Sumatra, Peninsular Malaysia and Borneo. It is found within at least one protected area (Gunung Mulu National Park).