For description see Field Mus. Publ. Bot. 13(4) [Fl. Peru]: 703. 1958. This
plant is included here for comparison only. Superflciahy it is not unlike Calvcorectes
wurdackii, which is also a Peruvian species, but the two are readily distinguished by
the characters used in the key above. According to the criteria used in this paper,
Eugenia hexovidata might weh be referred to Calycorectes on the basis of the fasciculate
pedicehate flowers, closed buds, hypanthium produced beyond the ovary and
sphtting to base in anthesis, and linear anthers 1-1.2 m m long.