|This shrub has been placed on the IUCN Red List as least concern.
|Grows at altitude of 700-3,000 m.
|Dark blackish-grey with brown to yellowish-brown branchlets.
|Ovate, broadly ovate or ovate-elliptic, with a rounded base and 8-10 lateral veins on either side, 1.5-6 x 1-5 cm.
|Female inflorescence, 1-2 x 0.6-1.5 cm.
|Ovate or obovate nutlet with narrow wings, produced July through August.
|Ethnobotanical Uses (Disclaimer)
|Wood is very hard and dense with a fine texture, is used for making pestles and wagon axles.