Kew Bull. 40: 698
Bos 2151 (WAG); Jansen 2280 (WAG)
Tlodweh/ Talotweh (Sapo)
Small, common pioneer tree of secondary forests with typical umbrella crown; long, slender, branches clustered at end of stem at regular distances; stems often with ants nests on it; twigs ± 4-sided, soon hollow, inhabited with small, black, painful ants; bark smooth with reddish lenticels; slash creamy with orange gritty streaks, soon discolouring, exuding some reddish watery sap. Leaves (sub)cordate – rounded, distichous; blade with hairy domatia; petiole slightly winged. Syn.: Canthium subcordatum.