Tachigalia psilophylla Harms, Notizbl. Bot. Gart. Berl. 6:305. 1915.
Dwyer in transferring Harms' species cites Riedel 804, the type collection
number, and a Bondar collection, saying "The glabrous to subglabrous filaments
of the stamens (fide Harms), the large reniform stipules, and the very long cigarshaped
fruits leave no doubt that this is a species of Dicymbe." I have examined
this same material, kindly lent by the Chicago Natural History Museum, and it
certainly is no known species of Dicymbe and almost surely is quite unrelated to that genus.