Pimenta racemosa var. ozua 

Scientific name: Pimenta racemosa var. ozua  (Urb. & Ekman)
Synonym: Pimenta ozua (Urb. & Ekman) Burret
Botanical family: MYRTACEAE

Vernacular names

(In territories with significant traditional TRAMIL use)


  • fey esans jirof

Botanical description

Tree, up to 20 m high, very aromatic.  Leaves elliptic-oblong to oblong, 6-12 cm long, obtuse at the apex, round to acute at the base, coriaceous.  Inflorescences cymose; flowers thrice or twice trichotomous, in clusters of up to 9 flowers. Berries globose, glabrous, glandulose.







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