Celtis trinervia Lam.

Tree up to 20 m; young branches with small hairs, not dense, or almost hairless; leaves ovate to ovate-lanceolate, hairless on both sides, but with small dense spots; apex acuminate, sometimes long; base oblique and usually pointed, border serrate, except towards the base; petiole in general 5-11 mm; inflorescence with peduncles that are shorter than petioles, 3-6 flowers, almost all male; fertile flower with longer pedicel; style simple; pedicel of drupe commonly shorter than petiole.

Common names: guanasa, guasiriano, hueso, ramón de costa, ramón de sierra.

Celtis trinervia, branch
Celtis trinervia, leaves

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