Swaziland's Flora Database:
Hippobromus pauciflorus (L.f.) Radlk.
(name current 2016)
Growth form: Tree
Found within protected areas
Swaziland distribution: widespread
Description (Compton's Flora of Swaziland*):
Hippobromus pauciflorus - (Lutfwili) Attractive shrub or small tree, strongly scented and resinous. Leaves alternate with up to four pairs of lateral leaflets, often displaced, tapering to bases, conspicuously toothed in upper halt up to 3 cm long x 1,5 cm wide, sometimes narrower and less toothed; each section of leaf axis winged, wings narrowing downwards. Stems downy. Flowers small in dense terminal and lateral clusters, bisexual, sometimes male; buds spherical; sepals five, hairy; petals five, cream; stamens eight, filaments long; ovary three-chambered. Fruits spherical or slightly lobed, c 1 cm diam, leathery, usually one-chambered.
* Where species names have changed, these have been matched according to herbarium specimens quoted in this publication.
Included in Tree Atlas.