Chrysobalanaceae

Description

Guild: u

Life form: woody climber Max. height: data unavailable Max. diameter: data unavailable Leaf: alternate, simple, elliptic, notophyll (2.5-5 x 6-10 cm), entire, coriaceous Inflorescence: axillary, unbranched Flower: small; with a calyx tube and protruded long filament tube Fruit: fleshy; 1 seed Seed: very large

Other: it starts probably as a shrub.

Found along secondary roads, riverbanks, and the sea-side (herbarium, Hawthorne & Jongkind 2004).

Phenology

Distribution

Continent: Upper Guinea endemic Upper Guinea: Sierra Leone, Liberia Distribution type: continuous, widespread, present in 4 30' cells, distribution range is 720 km Forest type: secondary forest

Found along secondary roads, riverbanks, and the sea-side (herbarium, Hawthorne & Jongkind 2004).

Phenology

Data sources

FWTA, Hawthorne & Jongkind (2004)

Dactyladenia whytei (Stapf) Prance & White

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