Talisia floresii Seeds
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A tree of 15-18 meters, the trunk sometimes 60 cm. in diameter, the bark gray, the young branchlets fulvous-tomentulose, the older ones densely elevated lenticellate, the petioles and leaf rachis also densely and conspicuously lenticellate; leaflets 4-6, coriaceous, lustrous, on thick petiolules 3-6 mm. long, oblong to oblong-lanceolate or ovate-oblong, mostly 7-11 cm. long and 2-5 cm. wide, obtuse to narrowly rounded or long-acuminate at the apex, acute or obtuse at the base, glabrous, paler beneath, the venation conspicuous beneath and closely reticulate; panicles small or large, often much-branched and as much as 25 cm. long, densely fulvous-tomentose, the flowers white, short-pedicellate or subsessile, 6 mm. long; sepals broadly ovate, obtuse, 3 mm. long, densely tomentulose; petals densely villous on the margins; fruit large and hard, subglobose, commonly 4-5 cm. long, broadly rounded at each end, somewhat oblique, densely tomentulose, containing a single large seed.