Beilschmiedia intermedia

Site
CONIF
BLD
BLE
SCL
LEG
ZONPALM
ARBFERN
D-HERB
M-HERB
AZONAL WOODY
AZONAL NON-WOODY
AQUATIC
PROBLEMATIC TAXA
CONIF
0.00
BLD
0.00
BLE
1.00
SCL
0.00
LEG
0.00
ZONPALM
0.00
ARBFERN
0.00
D-HERB
0.00
M-HERB
0.00
AZONAL WOODY
0.00
AZONAL NON-WOODY
0.00
AQUATIC
0.00
PROBLEMATIC TAXA
0.00
CONIF
0.00
BLD
0.00
BLE
1.00
SCL
0.00
LEG
0.00
ZONPALM
0.00
ARBFERN
0.00
D-HERB
0.00
M-HERB
0.00
AZONAL WOODY
0.00
AZONAL NON-WOODY
0.00
AQUATIC
0.00
PROBLEMATIC TAXA
0.00

Comments

Vasilis Teodoridis:
Lauraceae | Beilschmiedia

34. Beilschmiedia intermedia C. K. Allen; J. Arnold Arbor. 23: 448. 1942.

?? qiong nan

Beilschmiedia discolor C. K. Allen; B. grandiosa C. K. Allen.

Trees; 9-20 m tall; 60-100 cm d.b.h.; whole plant glabrous. Bark gray to gray-brown. Terminal buds mostly ovoid; glabrous. Leaves opposite or subopposite; petiole slender; 1-2 cm; leaf blade abaxially greenish; adaxially shiny green; abaxially purple-brown and adaxially gray-green when dry; elliptic or lanceolate-elliptic; 6.5-8.5(-11) x 2.5-4.5 cm; leathery; midrib adaxially impressed or at least impressed on lower 1/2; lateral veins 6(-8) pairs; lateral veins and veinlets elevated on both surfaces; veinlets reticulate; base cuneate or subrotund and somewhat decurrent; apex obtuse or shortly acuminate with an obtuse acumen. Panicles axillary or terminal; 1.5-2 cm; few flowered. Pedicels 2-3 mm. Flowers green-white. Perianth segments elliptic; ca. 2 mm; conspicuously and densely glandular-striate. Fruits oblong or nearly olive-shaped; 3-4.5(-6) x 1.5-2.5(-3) cm; black or dark brown when mature; minutely verruculose; fruiting pedicels ca. 1 cm x 3-7 mm; not thickened at both ends. Fl. Aug-Nov; fr. Oct-May of next year.

? Dispersed along watersides or streamsides on mountain slopes or in valleys; 400-1300 m. Guangxi; Hainan.

The wood is used for furniture; farm tools; and house construction.

Vasilis Teodoridis:
Lauraceae | Beilschmiedia

34. Beilschmiedia intermedia C. K. Allen; J. Arnold Arbor. 23: 448. 1942.

?? qiong nan

Beilschmiedia discolor C. K. Allen; B. grandiosa C. K. Allen.

Trees; 9-20 m tall; 60-100 cm d.b.h.; whole plant glabrous. Bark gray to gray-brown. Terminal buds mostly ovoid; glabrous. Leaves opposite or subopposite; petiole slender; 1-2 cm; leaf blade abaxially greenish; adaxially shiny green; abaxially purple-brown and adaxially gray-green when dry; elliptic or lanceolate-elliptic; 6.5-8.5(-11) x 2.5-4.5 cm; leathery; midrib adaxially impressed or at least impressed on lower 1/2; lateral veins 6(-8) pairs; lateral veins and veinlets elevated on both surfaces; veinlets reticulate; base cuneate or subrotund and somewhat decurrent; apex obtuse or shortly acuminate with an obtuse acumen. Panicles axillary or terminal; 1.5-2 cm; few flowered. Pedicels 2-3 mm. Flowers green-white. Perianth segments elliptic; ca. 2 mm; conspicuously and densely glandular-striate. Fruits oblong or nearly olive-shaped; 3-4.5(-6) x 1.5-2.5(-3) cm; black or dark brown when mature; minutely verruculose; fruiting pedicels ca. 1 cm x 3-7 mm; not thickened at both ends. Fl. Aug-Nov; fr. Oct-May of next year.

? Dispersed along watersides or streamsides on mountain slopes or in valleys; 400-1300 m. Guangxi; Hainan.

The wood is used for furniture; farm tools; and house construction.