Flore Afr.Centr.: 6; Voorhoeve, 1979: 306
Baldwin 10852 (K, WAG); van Dillewijn 70 (WAG)
Sohgalih (Gio); Khan (Sapo)
A rare, medium sized tree with characteristic leaves, the 3 or 5 parallel basal nerves reaching close to the tip; finer venation not scalariform between the midrib and the first longitudinal nerve, but distinctly so between the longitudinal nerve and the margin; the related species A. laurina has a much denser scalariform venation. Very hard, orange-striated sapwood. Slash orange-brown, brittle crunchy. Twigs with long hairs and with reduced leaves between the normal leaves. Fruits ± 2 cm across, oran ge when ripe (A. laurina has longer, edible, yellow fruits).