Ocotea usambarensis Engl.

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East African Camphorwood

Ocotea usambarensis is a species of Ocotea (family Lauraceae), native to eastern Africa in Kenya, Tanzania, and locally in Uganda, where it occurs at 1600–2600 m altitude in high rainfall montane cloud forest. Common names include East African camphorwood, mkulo (Tanzania), mwiha (Uganda), muwong, muzaiti, and maasi. It is a large evergreen tree growing to 35 m (exceptionally 45 m) tall, with ... © Wikipedia authors and editors (licence)

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