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Species Croton brevispicatus of the Euphorbiaceae family

Map location of specimens of species Croton brevispicatus from the Euphorbiaceae family.

Croton brevispicatus

June 9, 2018 (, Updated )

Arbuste 1.5m de haut. Boutons floraux brun. Fréquent. Recoltée avec Ramanantenasoa Nantenaina (étudiante MBEV Ankatso), Jaotombo Bernard et Raveny (guides locaux).

49.0° 22.0’ 10.0” N12.0° 16.0’ 4.0” W

Charles Rakotovao

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Croton brevispicatus

March 9, 2016 (, Updated )

Shrub.

47.0° 54.0’ 22.0” N15.0° 0.0’ 16.0” W

Benjamin W. van Ee – Hanta Razafindraibe – Kent Kainulainen – Paul E. Berry

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Croton brevispicatus

March 5, 2016 (, Updated )

Understory shrub to 2 m tall; leaves glabrous and glossy on adaxial surface, lepidote on abaxial surface; lots of light green new growth; flowers in bud.

49.0° 21.0’ 36.0” N12.0° 14.0’ 4.0” W

Benjamin W. van Ee – Hanta Razafindraibe – Kent Kainulainen – Paul E. Berry

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Croton brevispicatus

March 4, 2016 (, Updated )

Small tree to 5 m tall; leaves all in one plane (distichous); wood is very hard; young buds present. Growing about 20 m from Van Ee 2337.

49.0° 26.0’ 31.0” N12.0° 34.0’ 54.0” W

Benjamin W. van Ee – Hanta Razafindraibe – Kent Kainulainen – Paul E. Berry

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Croton brevispicatus

March 2, 2016 (, Updated )

Single-stemmed tree to 4 m tall; all of the trunk wood seems to be heartwood and is very hard; leaves entire, lepidote on abaxial surface, glabrous on adaxial surface.

49.0° 27.0’ 0.0” N12.0° 34.0’ 55.0” W

Benjamin W. van Ee – Hanta Razafindraibe – Kent Kainulainen – Paul E. Berry

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Croton brevispicatus

October 24, 2009 (, Updated )

Shrub with lepidote leaves and all staminate flowers.

49.0° 22.0’ 22.0” N12.0° 18.0’ 51.0” W

Benjamin W. van Ee – Paul E. Berry – Kenneth J. Wurdack – Haber – Elizabeth A. – Hanta Razafindraibe

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Synonyms: Croton brachybotryus and Oxydectes brevispicata.

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