Emilio Chiovenda, 1916|
Somalia, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Zambia, Malawi,
Medium - Maximum|
Yellowish - Greenish - Reddish|
Some write: Commiphora candidula,
Thomas Archibald Sprague, 1927.|
And might just be:
This member of the Burseraceae family
was given this name by Emilio Chiovenda in 1916. It is found in Somalia, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Zambia, Malawi
Saudi Arabia, growing in a well drained soil with some water and some to lots of sun. The stem can grow to
twelve centimetres in diameter, the entire plant
to three or even six metres in height. The flowers are from yellowish over
greenish to reddish.
genera name from Greek kommi; 'gum' and Greek -phoros;
'carrying' for the balsam-like scented resin. The species name from the
incisions on the leaves.