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Author: Heinrich Gustav Adolf Engler, 1883
Origin:  Mexico
Soil:  Mix
Water:  Medium
Sun:  Maximum
Thickness:  30 Centimetres
Height:  4-7 Metres
Flower:  White - Yellow - Greenish - Orange
Propagate:  Seeds/Cuttings
Names:  -
Synonyms:  Might be: Elaphrium jorullense Kunth, 1924.
Bursera copallifera, Bullock, 1936.
Bursera glabrescens, Rose
Bursera lanuginosa, Engl.
Bursera palmeri var. glabrescens, S.Watson
Elaphrium copalliferum, Moc. & Sessť ex DC.
Elaphrium crenatum, Hemsl.
Elaphrium glabrescens, Rose.
Elaphrium lanuginosum, Kunth.
Terebinthus glabrescens, Rose.
Terebinthus lanuginosa, Rose.
Amyris copallifera, Spreng.
Amyris jorullensis, Spreng.
Amyris lanuginosa, Spreng.
Amyris rugosa, Willd. ex Engl.

This member of the Burseraceae family was given this name by Heinrich Gustav Adolf Engler in 1883. It is found in Mexico, growing in a well drained soil with some water and lots of sun. The stem can grow to 30 centimetres and the whole plant from four to seven metres in height. The flowers are yellow, orangish-yellow, or greenish-white.

Named after Joachim Burser, German/Danish botanist (1583-1639). The species name after the volcano Jorullo.

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