FWTA 2: 122
Adam 27750 (P); Voorhoeve 1086 (WAG)
Big tree, to 20 m and 50 cm Ø, near rivers or along the edge of swamps; the big, tufted but opposite leaves make you think of a Uapaca. A thick, grey, rough bark; slash pale brown, white interspersed. Young twigs often sticky. Big obovate leaves, 15 – 38 x 10 – 22 cm, rounded at the top but with a very short blunt apex; base of the blade with a pair of small lobes. 15 – 20 (30)pairs of laterals nearly reaching the margin; fine venation imbedded, finely scalariform. Big, tubular white flowers to 12 cm long; fruit ellipsoid, ± 5 cm long with remnants of the calyx at the top.