Duboscia macrocarpa Bocq.

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Duboscia macrocarpa

Duboscia macrocarpa occurs from Nigeria to the Democratic Republic of Congo. It is a tree which grows to 30 m, and often has a fluted trunk. The leaves and young stems are covered in dense hairs. The flowers are pink-reddish brown, with bracts below. The fruits are ribbed and very fibrous. The species was first described by Henri Théophile Bocquillon in 1866. © Wikipedia authors and editors (licence)

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