Sri Lanka, Latin name: Homalium ceylanicum (Gardn.) benth. Ghaobacteria is a tree with rough bark; Branchlets are cylindrical, Tan, densely with white protruding oval lingers, glabrous. Leaves thin leathery to thick papery, elliptic to oblong, Apex obtuse, sharp or shortly acuminate, base broadly cuneate to suborbicular, margin entire or with extremely sparsely obtuse, the two sides are glabrous, the main veins are concave on the top, raised on the bottom, the outside is sparsely pubescent, and the edges are densely covered with short eyelashes; It is born in the valley at an altitude of 630-1200 meters and the edge of the forest.
Trees, 6-20(40) M tall; Bark coarse; Branchlets cylindrical, Tan, densely white-raised elliptic lingers, glabrous. Leaves thinly leathery to thick papery,… [Read more]