Synsepalum chimanimani (A-K) and Synsepalum kaessneri (L) A habit B stem apex with apical buds/young leaves and petioles showing indumentum C medifixed hairs on stem D abaxial leaf surface showing sparse medifixed hairs on midrib E leaf showing (faint) secondary veins F flower cluster showing bud, open flower and partially opened flower G flower, side view (hydrated) H corolla after removal of two petals and stamens (hydrated) I stamen and staminodes in situ on petal, inner face bases of neighbouring petals shown J side view of stamen and petal (staminodes omitted) K immature fruit (from photograph) L leaf (abaxial) of Synsepalum kaessneri. A, D-K drawn from B.T. Wursten BW897 (BR0000020700003) B, C from Timberlake et al. 6197 (K001291035) L drawn from Magogo & Glover 280 (K). Scale bars: 1mm (Single bar); 2 mm and 5 mm (graduated single bar); 1 cm (double bar); 5 cm (graduated double bar). Drawn by Andrew Brown, November 2018.

  Part of: Rokni S, Wursten B, Darbyshire I (2019) Synsepalum chimanimani (Sapotaceae), a new species endemic to the southern foothills of the Chimanimani Mountains of Mozambique and Zimbabwe, with notes on the botanical importance of this area. PhytoKeys 133: 115-132.