Keledang, or Artocarpus lanceifolius, is a large, evergreen tree that can grow to be 36 metres tall. The straight bole can have a diameter of up to 90 cm and may have small buttresses. Keledang is a Southeast Asian fruit. Thailand, the Malay Peninsula, Sumatra, Bangka, Lingga, and Riau Islands, as well as Borneo, have it. Keledang trees are scarce. However, these are fairly common in lowland tropical rain forests and hills up to 600 m. altitude.
The edible fruit is occasionally collected from the wild for local consumption and is also sold in local markets.