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Dacryodes tessmannii (Engl.) H.J. Lam
Protologue : Ann. Jard. Bot. Buitenzorg 42: 202 (1932)
Information on the genus : Dacryodes
Basionym : Santiriopsis tessmannii K. Krause
Statuts nomenclatural : uncertain status
Status for TA : rejected (present), is synonym of : Santiria trimera (Oliv.) Aubrév.
Synonym(s) Homotypic
 Santiria tessmannii (K. Krause) H.J. Lam (1932)
 Santiriopsis tessmannii K. Krause (1917)
Synonym(s) Heterotypic
=Sorindeia trimera Oliv. (1868)
=Santiria trimera (Oliv.) Aubrév. (1948)
=Pachylobus balsamifera (Oliv.) Guillaumin
=Santiria balsamifera Oliv. (1887)
=Santiriopsis balsamifera (Oliv.) Engl. (1890)
=Pachylobus tessmannii Engl. (1910)
=Santiriopsis obovata Pierre (1897)
=Santiria obovata (Pierre) H.J. Lam (1932)
=Pachylobus viridiflorus Engl. (1910)
=Dacryodes viridiflora (Engl.) H.J. Lam (1932)
=*Santiria trimera var. pubescens Onana
Ecology and distribution
Trop. Afr.
Biology : Woody plant; branchlets at base 1 cm Ø, densely ferruginous pubescent, later glabrescent; bark brown, longitudinally striate; leaves glabrous on both surfaces, 2-3-jugate, c. 20 cm long, petiole 5-6 cm long; leaflets acuminate.
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Ecology : Forest; 100-600 m alt.
  Only 3 collections known, each in one locality from 3 different countries (Cameroon, Centr. Afr. Rep., Equat. Guinea) “despite intensive botanical inventories”. No collections made in the last 20 years.
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