The peraput, also referred to as tempunik or pala munsoh is an Artocarpus species with a very wide range. It is found growing from Burma south throughout Indonesia. Its fruit resembles a pin cushion and as it ripens, it slowly changes from a bright spring green to a dusty orangish-brown. The fruit arils around the seeds are a tangy orange colour. They are similar in taste to Prainea limpato, being at once sweet and sour. The seeds, like those of many other species in the genus are edible and remain a favorite of villagers who gather them from fallen fruits. Artocarpus rigida is a very attractive tree and would also serve well as an ornamental. Although rather common and widespread in the Asian rainforests, seeds are very difficult to acquire outside of its range.