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Terminalia catappa is a large tropical tree in the leadwood tree family,  combretaceae, that grows mainly in the tropical regions of Asia, Africa, and Australia. It is known by the English common names country-almond, Indian-almond, Malabar-almond, sea-almond, tropical-almond and false kamani. The Trees Here are the trees below where our leaves are from, growing well and happy in their natural environment.   The trees are very well looked after. T. catappa tree in Kolkata, West Bengal, India Scientific classification of Indian almond Kingdom:      Plantae Division:       Magnoliophyta Class:            Magnoliopsida Order:           Myrtales Family:          Combretaceae Genus:           Terminalia...

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