African Plant Database

Allophylus pseudopaniculatus Baker f.
Protologue : J. Linn. Soc. Bot. 37: 137 (1905)
Information on the genus : Allophylus
Status for TA : accepted (present)
Synonym(s) Heterotypic
=Allophylus crebriflorus Baker f. (1919)
=Allophylus kiwuensis Gilg
Ecology and distribution
Trop. Afr.
Biology : Tree, much-branched, spreading, or shrub or climbing shrub (less often), monoecious, 3-15 m tall; stem to 15 cm Ø; branchlets glabrous or tomentose, glabrescent.
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Ecology : Swamp forest; riversides; rain-forest; transitional forest; valley bushland, hillside thicket; tangled termite mound vegetation; 1200-2250 m alt.
  Specimens with extremely dense inflorescences and with densely ± velvety long-hairy leaflets (beneath) and with velvety ferruginous branchlets are discussed in Fl. Trop. E. Afr., Sapindaceae: 83, 1998, as being perhaps extreme variants.
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carte afrique num 90956
Record n°90956 modified 2006-12-08
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