Sloetiopsis usambarensis; Neosloetiopsis kamerunensis
Adam 28538 (WAG); Jongkind 6825 (WAG)
A much-branched shrub with sarmentose, arching branches that may root at the tip, forming thickets under which no other plants grow. In rainforest and semi deciduous forest. Leaves small, characterized by the venation being very prominent on both sides of the blade; stipules leaving annular scars; very fine reticulation of veins. Fruit a small nut of about 12 x 9 mm. Syn.: Neosloetiopsis kamerunensis/Sloetiopsis usambarensis.