Senegalia pennata ( Clilmbing Wattle ) is Petai Duri in Malay. It is a legume species native to South and South East Asia.
It is not common in Malay peninsula, but widely consumed as green in Indochina, India Subcontinent and Indonesian Archipelago. It can be eaten raw, cooked in curry, stir-fried, mixed in omelettes, in soups or simply boiled.
It has a distinctively stinky odor, similar to those of petai.
Senegalia pennata is known to be cultivated in parts of Thailand and Vietnam