Lasiodiscus fasciculiflorus

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Lasiodiscus fasciculiflorus
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L. fasciculiflorus
Binomial name
Lasiodiscus fasciculiflorus

Lasiodiscus fasciculiflorus is a species of shrub or small tree in the family Rhamnaceae that is native to forests of the West African tropics.[1] It occurs from Sierra Leone to Nigeria and the D.R.C.. The bark is used in medicine to treat various ailments.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Burkill, H.M. (1985). The useful plants of west tropical Africa. 4. Global Plants, Kew Gardens. doi:10.5555/al.ap.upwta.4_772 (inactive 2019-03-09). Retrieved 7 July 2015.