Life form: shrub
Max. height: data unavailable
Max. diameter: data unavailable
Leaf: opposite, simple, elliptic, microphyll (1.5-4 x
5.5-10 cm), glabrous, 10-15 pairs of lateral veins;
petiole 0.2-0.5 cm long, glabrous, with interpetiolar stipules
Inflorescence: terminal, branched (compact triads, up to 3 cm long, sessile)
Flower: medium-sized (corolla tube 1.5 cm long); 4-merous; corolla white to creamy, glabrous outside, hairy inside Fruit: unknown Seed: unknown
Continent: Upper Guinea endemic (De Block 1998) Upper Guinea: Liberia (herbarium, De Block 1998) Distribution type: continuous, very local, present in 1 30' cell, distribution range is 47 km. Known from only two localities around Mt Nimba. Forest type: probably montane or submontane forest
Found in the forest understorey (De Block 1998).
Dispersal: probably by birds and small mammals (De Block 1998)
Timing: flowering period in December (De Block 1998)
De Block (1998)
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