Licaria triandra (Sw.) Kosterm. (redirected from: Laurus limbosa)
Family: Lauraceae
Pepper-Leaf Sweetwood
[Laurus cervantesii ,  more]
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Trees , 8-12 m. Leaf blade narrowly elliptic, 5-15 × 2-7 cm, base acute, apex slightly acuminate; surfaces glabrous when mature. Inflorescences to 10 cm, flowers often densely grouped at tips of inflorescence branchlets. Flowers 2-3 mm; tepals glabrous; stamens longer than tepals; pistil glabrous. Drupe to 3 cm. Flowering late winter-spring. In hammocks; 0-10 m; Fla.; West Indies; Central America; South America (Andes).
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Kathy M. Davis, University of Florida Herbarium  
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Kathy M. Davis, University of Florida Herbarium  
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