IDM Zimbabwe - Manica Beechwood - Faurea rubriflora
Faurea rubriflora - Manica Beechwood = Faurea forficuliflora, Fa racemosa A large tree to 25 m tall, in and fringing mountain forests. Leaves 65-125 mm long by 15-20 mm wide, drooping, wavy, tough and glossy green, hairless. Branches and veins are also reddish.
Flowering: March April.
We have no records of Fa rubr. This is a species of the escarpment in the east. It is the replacement of Fa galpinii from the Mpumalanga and Northern Provinces of South Africa.
A solid black dot indicates where the species is found.