Some less common names include: Im muk, Ong len ; Tulian, Tebelian, Sakian, Biliran: all regional vernacular corruptions of belian and tambulian. Sulawesi shipbuilders often refer to the wood as kayo bado .

Eusideroxylon zwageri, is one of the four species of the genus. The other three species it may be confused with are Eusideroxylon borneense, Eusideroxylon melagangai and Eusideroxylon lauriflora. It is known colloquially in English as Borneo ironwood and occasionally bilian ironwood or bilian. Other Common Names include Tambulian Tagalog, kayu ulin and belian Indonesian and belian and its corruption in modern Malaysian: bilian. In French it is known as: Bois de fer and in German: Borneo Eisenholz. More

Eusideroxylon zwageri within the Forestry Compendium. Preferred Scientific Name Eusideroxylon zwageri Teijsm. & Binn. Other Scientific Names Bihania borneensis Meisn. Eusideroxylon lauriflora auct. More