FWTA 1: 484
van Harten 37 (WAG); Voorhoeve 1210 (WAG)
tali (sassawood) (Liberian english/ local name/ trade name) glee (Mano) Cio-Loweh (Sapo)
Sasswood, one of the most common big trees in the Liberian rainforests; when young very similar to E. suaveolens. The tree can reach 40 m and 120 cm across. The bole usually is crooked, angular, low branched. Slash wet, red, wavy ripple marks visible. Leaves bipinnate with big, alternate leaflets. The stalk of the leathery pods is in line with the ventral suture, as opposed to E. suaveolens. See also PROTA database.