Monographs Details: Picramnia polyantha (Benth.) Planch.
Authority: Thomas, Wm. Wayt. 1988. A Conspectus of Mexican and Central American Picramnia (Simaroubaceae), 40: 89-105.

TYPE: MEXICO. "Villa alta, in montibus Chinantla," Hartweg 453 (HOLOTYPE: K; ISOTYPES: BM, F-fragment, P).

Picramnia polyantha is a relatively uncommon species found from Honduras to Guerrero, Mexico. It is apparently restricted to limestone and can be distinguished by its terminal paniculate inflorescence, reddish petals, and intermediate sized leaves with 5 to 11 leaflets.