Amyema apoensis

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Amyema apoensis


Glabrous. Leaves opposite; lamina elliptic to broadly elliptic, 9-15 by 4-8 cm, shortly attenuate at the base to an obscure petiole 1-3 mm long, shortly acuminate and acute at the apex, dull on both sides when dry but slightly darker above; venation pinnate, faintly visible on both sides. Inflorescences at the nodes, a subsessile 6-flowered head of 2 sessile triads on a peduncle c. 0.5 mm long which is immersed in the bark.


Mindanao present
Malesia: Philippines (Mindanao).


For discussion of equivalence of Dicymanthes and Amyema, see . Closely related to Amyema hexantha, which is sympatric but occurs at lower altitudes; for distinction see .