Clusia brittonii Alain

Bush; leaves obovate to obovate-oblong, 3-7 cm, cuneate to obtuse or rounded at the base, apex broadly rounded, parallel lateral veins numerous on the upper side, margin slightly curved back; female inflorescence terminal, with 3 flowers; bracts triangular-lanceolate; sepals ovate-orbicular, petals obovate, quasi-stamens numerous, connate, triangular; 5 stigmas; fruit globose, 1.5 cm.

Species endemic to Viñales, growing mostly at the top of the Mogotes. Because of its restricted distribution it is considered under threat.

Clusia brittonii
Clusia brittonii, flower
Clusia brittonii, leaves

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