FWTA 1: 489; Flore Mt Nimba 2: 619
Bos 1891 (BR, K, WAG); de Wilde 3837 (WAG)
A tree very similar to N. aubrevillei but sometimes with one or a few stilted butt flares; slash less smelly, with reddish sap slowly exuding from the slash; the tree may have one or a few stilted roots. Leaf bipinnate, each leaf with two (rarely one) pair of pinnae; each pinna with only 2 leaflets; glands between the two leaflets. Fruits and seeds resembling those of N. aubrevillei. See also PROTA database. Note: Not to be confused with a small tree, introduced as shade tree in villages: the Asian Pithecellobium dolce, which has remarkably similar leaves as N. duparquetiana, but only one pair of pinnae and much smaller leaflets.