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The genus Shorea of Dipterocarpaceae family is represented by 196 rainforest tree species. Four species of Shorea i. e, Shorea assamica, S. robusta, S. roxburghii and S. tumbuggaia have been documented in India. Of these, Shorea tumbuggaia Roxb. commonly known as green dammer tree, is an endemic, globally endangered, semi-evergreen tree, restricted to the Southern Eastern Ghats parts of Chittor, Cuddapah and Nellore districts of Andhra Pradesh and North Arcot and Chengalpattu districts of Tamil Nadu in India. In addition to its timber-yielding potential, the tree is also known for its medicinal properties as an external stimulant and a substitute for Abietis; Resina and Pix Burgundica of European pharmacopoeias.