1Fruits narrowly ovoid, truncate at base and pointed at apex, 2.9-3.7 by 1.4-1.8 cm.
1'Fruits globose to somewhat ellipsoid, 1-5 by 0.8-5.8 cm, if pointed at the apex then < 2 by 1.5 cm
2Ovary glabrous; plants mostly above 1100 m
2'Ovary pubescent, pilose or tomentose, or rarely almost glabrous and then plants at low altitude (< 100 m)
3Inflorescence usually axillary, small, lax, delicate; petals markedly shorter than calyx lobes; leaves often with minute ± spherical, sometimes reddish resinous glands on the lower surface, especially when young
3'Inflorescence usually terminal or false-terminal and well branched, ± robust; petals extending as far as the calyx lobes; leaves usually lacking glands
4Ovary pubescent to pilose, rarely almost glabrous (TransFly region); leaves usually chartaceous to subcoriaceous, rarely coriaceous, usually acute at the apex.
4'Ovary tomentose; leaves usually coriaceous or subcoriaceous, usually rounded at the apex
5Inflorescence axes densely and persistently tomentose; flowers sessile.
5'Inflorescence axes pubescent or sparsely to moderately tomentose, if the latter then the indumentum not persistent; flowers subsessile to pedicellate
6Leaves glabrous and eglandular, or if hirsute then fruits large, 2.5-5 by 2.5-5.8 cm.
6'Leaves with reddish or brownish tomentum and/or glands, especially when young; fruits small, 1.6-2 by 1.6-2.2 cm
7Inflorescence terminal; lateral vegetative branches almost as dominant as median axis of shoot; indumentum reddish
7'Inflorescence false-terminal; lateral vegetative branches not as dominant as median axis of shoot; indumentum fawn to brown, not reddish