Ag'athis loranthifo'lia (Dam'mara), Dammar. -- E. India. A spontaneous resinous exudation, in transparent, straw-colored rounded masses, almost odorless, and tasteless, fracture conchoidal; contains resin of which 40 p.c. is insoluble in alcohol and 60 p.c. soluble; by distillation get terpene, C10H16. Used mostly in varnishes, rarely in plasters. That from New Zealand--Kauri Resin--is found also fossil and often sold as copal.