Shorea faguetiana Heim, S. resina-nigra Foxw., S. balanocarpoides, S. gibbosa Brandis, S. hopeifolia (Heim) Sym., S. maxima Sym., S. multiflora Sym, These species produce the yellow meranti of Malaysia, or meranti damar hitam.
Shorea faguetiana Heim., S. hopeifolia Sym., S. multiflora Syrri. These species produce the yellow meranti of Brunei, and Sarawak, where the local name is lun, or lun kuning.
Shorea acuminatissima Sym., S. faguetiana Helm., S. gibbosa Brandis. These are the principal species producing yellow seraya of Sabah, where the local names are also seraya kacha, and selangan kacha.
Sapwood lighter in colour and moderately distinct from the heartwood, which is light-yellow-brown, often with a greenish or olive tinge, weathering to a light brown colour; planed surfaces without lustre, faint stripe figure on radial surfaces. The texture is moderately fine or moderately coarse but even, and the grain is interlocked. It varies in weight from 576 kg/m³ to 736 kg/m³ but averages about 660 kg/m³ when dried.