Amyema celebica

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Amyema celebica


Glabrous. Leaves mostly opposite, often scattered, sometimes quaternate; lamina lanceolate or elliptic to ovate, (6-)8-20 by (2-)4-7 cm, attenuate to truncate at the base to a petiole 10-20 mm long, obtuse to shortly acuminate and acute at the apex, dull on both sides, sometimes slightly darker above; venation pinnate with the midrib and the main laterals visible on both sides and prominent below. Inflorescencess at the nodes and rarely on the epicortical runners, pedunculate (2-)4-rayed umbels of triads with all flowers pedicellate or rarely with the central flowers apparently sessile; peduncle (3-) 10-25 (-50) mm long; rays (2-)5-10 mm long; pedicels (0-)2-4 mm long.


Asia-Tropical: Philippines (Philippines present); Sulawesi (Sulawesi present), Flores present, Sumba present
Malesia: Philippines, Celebes, Lesser Sunda Islands (Sumba, Flores).


Closely related to Amyema acuta; for differences and species circumscription see .