Found in swamp forest and along riversides (herbarium, Hawthorne & Jongkind 2004).
FWTA, Brenan & Brummitt (1965), Voorhoeve (1965), Hawthorne & Jongkind (2004)
Cavacoa baldwinii (Keay & Cavaco) J.Leonard Euphorbiaceae
Life form: shrub
Max. height: 2.4 m (herbarium)
Max. diameter: data unavailable
Leaf: alternate, simple, narrowly elliptic, mesophyll
(up to 5 x 13 cm), entire, coriaceous, several small glands on the lower leaf surface, glabrous beneath;
petiole hairy above
Inflorescence: terminal, racemose, young, with cone-like overlapping bracts, dioecious Flower: small; male flowers yellow; female flowers green
Fruit: data unavailable Seed: data unavailable
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