Physical description It is a low

rainforest shrub of Southeast Asia. Leaves: compound and spiral. The blade comprises of 2-3 pairs of folioles which are hairy, ovate and obscurely dotted with oil cells. The base of the folioles is asymmetric. The margin is slightly dentate. The flowers are arranged in terminal and hairy panicles, comprising of 5 sepals, 5 petals, and 10 stamens. The fruits are hairy hesperidia dotted with oil cells (Fig. 242).

Fig. 242. Micromelum hirsutum Oliv.
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