Syzygium malaccensis, S. samarangense, Syzygium spp. and other information on the confusion amongst the wax apples
Alternate possible identifications:
VEGETATIVE CHARISTERISTICS: A small tree that can usually grow to about 25 feet (8 meters) in height.
Habit: Tree. usually grown within a partially shady area with a low capony.
Leaf shape: Oblanculae in shape with acute base and accuminate tip.
Floral Discription(if any): White or pink in color. Small rotate with enlarged sepal and reduced petel with cyme inflorecence. Several filiments grow far above the stigmas.
Fruit Discription: Bell shaped fruit that is fleshy, with single flower with many carpals with aggarate fruit.
LOCATION: Kolonia, Pohnpei
DATE: December 5, 1998
COLLECTED BY: E.T.Jr.
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