Drypetes Natalensis Var. Leiogyna Brenan
Family: Putranjivaceae (Previously Euphorbiaceae)
A multi stemmed shrub or tree from 9M to 15M tall. The flowering are on on the main trunk and branches. The male flowers have a very unpleasant smell. Fruits are yellow-orange when ripe. The tree is sometimes harvested from the wild for local use as a food, medicine and source of wood.
Larval food plant to:
- Coeliades libeon – Spotless Policeman