Faramea occidentalis (L.) A. Rich.

Bush or tree, 2-15 m, glabrous; stipules rounded, awned, 1 cm, awn deciduous before the more or less connate bases; leaves elliptic or oblong, 8-16 cm long, 2.5-7 cm wide, acuminate, cuneate at base, those on same part sometimes different size, brilliant, lateral veins prominent; corymbs commonly shorter than axillary or terminal leaves, with peduncles, without bracts; pedicels 4-8 mm; tube of calyx ovoid, lobes lanceolate, long acuminate, 1 cm; fruit globose, 7-10 mm, black.

Common names: café cimarrón, jujano, nabasco.

Faramea occidentalis
Faramea occidentalis, leaves

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