Origin of seringaPortuguese from Modern Latin syringa: see syringa
Seringa in Thailand with containers attached to collect the milky latex from the trunk of the tree.
Seringa is defined as a tree which has a milky sap called latex that is the main ingredient of rubber.
An example of a seringa is a tree in the genus Hevea which grows in Brazil.
- The wild seringa (Burkea africana) is also characteristic of the low veld and, extends up the slopes of the plateau.
- Forests: jebe (also written hebe) or seringa, and caucho- the former being collected from the Hevea guayanensis, or H.