Liberia (near endemic)
FWTA 1: 458
Jansen 1021 (WAG); Voorhoeve 943 (WAG)
A medium-sized tree of river borders but also a tall tree of the high forest, to 30 m high and over 100 cm Ø . Base of the tree with low, spreading buttresses, sometimes up to 1.8 m, with reddish-brown edges more or less like Piptadeniastrum; stem usually forked at low level or divided above the buttresses in up to seven part-stems. Suckers from the base or on the stem may develop into quite heavy branches. Bark on the stems grey – reddish brown, smooth but finely and densely striate. Slash fairly thin, light red, fibrous, a bit darker than Aphanocalyx microphyllus var. compactus. Leaves paripinnate with 4 – 6 pairs of sessile emarginate leaflets; rachis grooved and slightly winged;twigs lenticellate.