FWTA 1: 427
Jansen 1953 (WAG); van Harten 234 (HBG, K, WAG)
Sinewy or fluted tree with deeply ridged stem and smooth grey bark near swamps or near the sea; drooping branches and foliage. Small – tall tree up to 15 m tall; bole irregular and with long, deep grooves, up to 50(-80) cm in diameter, with buttresses up to 2 m high; outer bark brown with greyish or greenish patches, slightly rough, inner bark dark red to pink-orange, granular; crown hemispherical, dense; branches glabrous when young. Leaves alternate, simple and entire; stipules linear, 3-6 mm long, long persistent, margins minutely toothed; petiole 0.5-1 cm long, grooved above, with 2 glands; blade elliptical, 7-16 cm × 3-8 cm, base cuneate, apex acuminate, drip tip sometimes with glands; leathery, glabrous on both surfaces when mature, pinnately veined with 7-10 pairs of laterals. Syn.: Licania elaeosperma.