Eugenia uniflora L.
Family: Myrtaceae
[Eugenia dasyblasta (O. Berg) Nied.,  more]
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Enrique Moreno & David Roubik  
Shrub or small tree, to 10 m tall; stems glabrate in age. Petioles ca 2 mm long; blades ovate, short-acuminate, rounded to subcordate at base, 2-6 cm long, 1.5-3 cm wide, glabrous in age, pellucid-punctate. Flowers 4-parted, solitary or in fascicles, axillary; pedicels slender, to 2 cm long; sepals ovate, to 4 mm long, ciliate; petals white, obovate, to 12 mm long; stamens many; style l. Berries depressed-globose, to 3 cm diam, ribbed, red at maturity; seed 1. Shattuck 71.