Dracaenaceae

Guild: sb

Life form: rhizotomatic shrub

Max. height: data unavailable

Max. diameter: data unavailable

Leaf: alternate, simple, obovate to oblong, mesophyll (3-7 x 18-51 cm), entire, coriaceous, with inrolled cuspidate tip

Inflorescence: terminal, unbranched, globose (6 x 7 cm), densely flowered Flower: large (up to 5 cm long); white Fruit: fleshy, globose (1.5 x 2 cm), orange Seed: lack dry testa, embedded in fruit pulp Other: The rhizomatic stems give rise to unbranched short erect stems.

Distribution

Continent: Upper Guinea endemic Upper Guinea: Guinea, Liberia Distribution type: continuous, local, present in 6 30' cells, distribution range is 253 km Forest type: wet forest, secondary forest

Habitat

It occurs terrestrial in forest undergrowth, presumably in undisturbed forests (Bos, pers. comm.).

Deciduousness: evergreen

Dispersal: probably by animals

Timing: it appears not to have a fixed flowering period

Deciduousness: evergreen

Dispersal: probably by animals

Timing: it appears not to have a fixed flowering period

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