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Suffrutices, trees or shrubs. Inflorescence a terminal, many-flowered corymbose cyme. Receptacle gradually narrowed into a pedicel-like base above the articulation, distinctly prolonged beyond summit of ovary as an "upper receptacle". Calyx usually an indistinctly lobed rim-like extension to the upper receptacle. Petals 4, cohering and falling together as a calyptra. Filaments and style c.2 times as long as petals. Ovary 2-locular. Fruit a berry.


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Source: Flora of Zimbabwe

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