Vallesia glabra (Cav.) Link
Britton, Nathaniel L. & Millspaugh, Charles F. 1920. The Bahama Flora.
Species Description - A glabrous shrub or small tree, 6 m. high or less, the slender branches sometimes elongated and vine-like. Leaves oblong or oblong-lanceolate, somewhat fleshy, shining above, dull beneath, 3-6 cm. long, short-petioled, mostly acute at both ends; cymes few-several-flowered, often forked; pedicels slender; calyx about 1 mm. long, its lobes ovate, acute; corolla white, about 6 mm. long, its narrow lobes one-third to one-half as long as the tube; fruit oblong, rounded at apex, narrowed at the base, about 10 mm. long and 4 mm. thick.
Scrub-lands and white-lands New Providence, Rose Island, Eleuthera, Cat Island, Conception Island, Great Exuma, Long Island and Anguilla Isles : Florida ; Cuba; Jamaica; tropical Mexico to Bolivia. Vallesia.
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