caribaeum (Jacq.) Roemer & Schultes
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Places where this species can be found :
- St. Georges - GRENADA
DescriptionShrub or tree to 8m; stipules ovate, acuminate, 1.5-5mm long, persistent on old stems. Leaves 3-8cm with acute apex, hairless except for tufts of hairs in nerve axils below; Fruit splitting, to release seeds with 1mm wings.
CollectorW.D. Hawthorne, D.Jules
LocationDabeau, ridge overlooking and north of Queen's Park Cricket Pitch/stadium: between that and Grand Mal. Disturbed dry forest with slightly broken canopy 2-15m tall. With abundant Haematoxylon campechianum. Also, Swietenia mahogani, Guettarda, Entada, Tabebuia pallida, Cecropia, Manilkara zapota, Bursera simaruba, Lonchocarpus violaceus, Genipa americana, Mangifera, Hymenaea coubaril, Aegiphila martinicensis, Tecoma stans.
NotesFruits oblong or thinl-barrel shaped. Old stipules on many twigs persisiting as thing black points.