Browsing the Inaturalist, I contacting with photo=uploaders of Elaeocarpus trees around the world, asking to share with us the pictures of Rudraksha. Its amazing to see the world of Rudraksha there on planet map, and writing to real people who lives there^ Let's see on Samoa, Apia, one of the most remote island with Rudraksha trees.
A’amatie (Elaeocarpus ulianus) is a member of the Elaeocarpaceae family. It is considered a native ornamental tree that is medium in size; narrow, densely foliated crown that provides good shade; ovate leaf blades; petioles swollen at both ends; toothed leaf margins; flower is delicate, less than one inch across, white, and in the shape of a small, downward hanging bell with a fringed edge; with a large ellipsoid drupe containing a jagged-edged seed. A’amatie is occasional in lowland to cloud forest, and inhabits an elevation between 30 to 1300 m. The fruits are eaten by pigeons. The unusual, jagged-edged seeds are sometimes (probably rarely) used to make necklaces.
Whistler, W. Arthur. 2004. Rainforest Trees of Samoa. Isle Botanica. Honolulu, HI.
Other Rudraksha destinations, which I concating now, includes Italy, Taiwan, Hawaii, Magadascar, Cook islands...