Ochnaceae | Campylospermum
1. Campylospermum serratum (Gaertner) Bittrich & M. C. E. Amaral; Taxon. 43: 92. 1994.
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Meesia serrata Gaertner; Fruct. Sem. Pl. 1: 344. 1788; Gomphia serrata (Gaertner) Kanis; Ouratea serrata (Gaertner) N. Robson; Walkera serrata (Gaertner) Willdenow.
Shrubs or small trees; 2.5-7 m tall. Petiole 3-5 mm; leaf blade long elliptic; 10-17 x 2-5.5 cm; coriaceous; base cuneate; with small teeth on margin; but base entire; apex shortly acuminate; midvein prominent on both surfaces; secondary nerves curved close to leaf margin; submarginal vein at irregular distances from leaf margin. Inflorescences terminal or axillary; 6-14 cm. Flowers congested in a few groups along inflorescence branches; basal portion of pedicel below articulation 1 mm or less. Sepals broadly elliptic; ca. 5 x 3 mm. Petals obovate; ca. 5 x 4 mm; base auriculate; apex slightly emarginate. Anthers sessile; linear; ca. 4 mm; slightly curved. Ovary deeply lobed; stigma subulate; ca. 3 mm. Drupelets elliptic; slightly reniform; 5-6 x 4-5 mm. Fl. Jul; fr. Aug-Dec.
Dense forests; streamsides; granitic areas; sometimes on mountain summits; 600-700 m. Hainan [Cambodia; India; Indonesia; Laos; Malaysia; Philippines; Sri Lanka; Thailand; Vietnam].
Ouratea lobopetala (Gagnepain in Humbert; Fl. Indo-Chine; Suppl. 1: 671. 1946) belongs here but was not validly published because no Latin description or diagnosis was provided (Vienna Code; Art. 36.1).