Tapeinosperma pallidum Jackes
Usually flowers and fruits as a shrub 2-5 m tall.
Base of the leaf blade very gradually tapering into a short petiole. Leaf blades about 9-11 x 3-4 cm, petioles about 0.5-0.7 cm long. Oil dots translucent, very numerous, mainly circular in outline but a small percentage elongate or cigar-shaped. Lateral veins about 16-18 on each side of the midrib, curving inside the blade margin forming only indistinct loops but towards the base of the leaf blade the curving lateral veins almost form an intramarginal vein. The terminal bud on leafy shoots resembles the sheathing stipule on a fig (Ficus spp.).
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