Allanblackia stulhmanii


Common Name:Allanblackia
Description
Allanblackia stuhlmannii is a tall evergreen forest tree to 40 m tall, with a straight, occasionally buttressed bole. The branches are usually drooping and often conspicuously whorled. Bark dark grey or black, sometimes smooth or with rough squares scales. The slash is red with white stripes, fibrous/ granular, exuding a clear exudate latex, which later turns yellowish. Read more
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Cyphomandra betacea


Cyphomandra betaceaCommon Name: Cape tomato
Description
Cyphomandra betacea is a semi-woody shrub or small tree 2-3 m high, rarely 5 m. It is unarmed, pubescent, with a short trunk and stout lateral branches. The bark is grey.
Leaves alternate, simple, entire, usually grouped at the branch tips, with a robust petiole, 4-8 cm long. The limb is large, 15-30 x 10-20 cm, ovate, shortly acuminate, with a cordate base. Young leaves covered on both surfaces with a soft pubescence; with age, the upper surface becomes glabrous. Midrib and principal veins prominent on both surfaces. . . . .Read more
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