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Species Croton chrysodaphne of the Euphorbiaceae family

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

Croton chrysodaphne

May 6, 2017 (, Updated )

Arbuste, 6 m de haut, dbh 3 cm. Inflorescence marron rouillé. Boutons floraux marron. Calice marron, face inférieure de la corolle crème avec des points marron et face supérieure crème; étamine blanchâtre. Jeune fruit marron et reste du stigmate vert clair. Fruit presque mature vert.

49.0° 12.0’ 24.0” N17.0° 51.0’ 39.0” W

Harisandy M. Rasoanindriana – P. Antilahimena – Anthony R. Syde

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Croton chrysodaphne

April 24, 2017 (, Updated )

Arbre de 8 m; résine transparente. Feuilles très vertes à la face supérieure, marron à la face inférieure. Fleurs blanches.

48.0° 32.0’ 15.0” N19.0° 8.0’ 31.0” W

Aina Razanatsima – C. Zafindrafeno – Foara

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Croton chrysodaphne

February 19, 2013 (, Updated )

Arbre de 6m de haut, DBH: 6cm. Tronc noir. Jeune tige rose. Feuille rose verdâtre. Fleur jaune rosâtre.

50.0° 2.0’ 11.0” N14.0° 6.0’ 11.0” W

Martial – Casmir Z. Rakotonirina – Georges Be – Chris Birkinshaw

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Croton chrysodaphne

November 12, 2009 (, Updated )

Tree to 3-4 m tall. Leaves glossy green on the adaxial side, covered with red lepidote trichomes on abaxial side. Styles multifid. Calyx of pistillate flowers somewhat reduplicate. Some inflorescences sprouting right off the trunk. Younger individuals with more white than red trichomes, the older the plant the darker the trichomes. Dichotomous branching. Red latex from stems.

47.0° 29.0’ 46.0” N23.0° 31.0’ 32.0” W

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

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Croton chrysodaphne

March 2, 2009 (, Updated )

Large tree to 20 m, leaves coppery lepidote beneath.

49.0° 27.0’ 10.0” N17.0° 42.0’ 35.0” W

Benjamin W. van Ee – Paul E. Berry – H. Razanatsoa

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Croton chrysodaphne

March 2, 2009 (, Updated )

Large tree to 20 m, leaves coppery lepidote beneath. Maximum leaf blade size: 30 x 10 cm, petiole 15 cm.

49.0° 27.0’ 10.0” N17.0° 42.0’ 35.0” W

Benjamin W. van Ee – Paul E. Berry – H. Razanatsoa

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Croton chrysodaphne

February 25, 2006 (, Updated )

Arbrisseau de 3 m, étamines blancs, boutons floraux marrons. Photo.

48.0° 57.0’ 33.0” N18.0° 49.0’ 44.0” W

S. Andriambololonera

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Croton chrysodaphne

January 27, 1999 (, Updated )

Tree 3-4 m tall with clear reddish exudate. Leaves medium green above, light silvery copper below. Inflorescence axes densely rusty copper pubescent. Male flowers cream yellow. Female flowers with light copper calyx, greenish white ovary, white stigma. Photo.

49.0° 37.0’ 8.0” N15.0° 22.0’ 59.0” W

George E. Schatz

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Synonyms: Croton lepidotus, Croton meeusei, Croton submetallicus, Monguia lanceolata and Oxydectes chrysodaphne.

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