Distribution

Continent: Benin to Nigeria (Hall & Swaine 1981) Upper Guinea: Sierra Leone to Togo (Hall & Swaine 1981)

Forest type: moist semi-deciduous forest, dry semi-deciduous forest (Savill & Fox 1967, Hall & Swaine 1981). It is common in Ghana (Hall & Swaine 1981).

Deciduousness: evergreen Dispersal: by animals

Uses

It has edible fruits.

Data sources

FWTA, Taylor (1960), De la Mensbruge (1966), Savill & Fox (1967), Hall & Swaine (1981), Hawthorne (1990)

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