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Erythroxylaceae family

Erythroxylum oxycarpum
O.E. Schulz,
Symb. Antill. 5(2): 203. 1907.

Indigenous tree of coastal deciduous seasonal forest, base of Gros Piton to La Pointe, Choiseul.
St. Lucia, Grenada, Mesoamerica, South America.
Discovered April 2012.

Similar to the very common Erythroxylum havanense which also exists in the same area.
Flowers form on new growth. Flowers open one by one, thus the flowering and fruiting period is longer than with Erythroxylum havanense.
Damaged leaves stain red-brown.