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Family: ANACARDIACEAE 

 Ozoroa dispar
 


Found this plant at Grootscholten.

 
Author:   Rosette Mercedes Saraiva Batarda Fernandes & Abílio Fernandes, 1965
Family:  Anacardiaceae
Origin:  Namibia, South Africa
Soil:  Mix
Water:  Medium
Sun:  Medium-Maximum
Thickness:  22 centimetres
Height:  1-3 metres
Flower:  Cream-White
Propagate:  Seeds/Cuttings
Names:  Namaqua Resin Tree
Synonyms:  Rhus dispar,Carl Bořivoj Presl. Anaphrenium dispar, E.Mey.
   This member of the Anacardiaceae family was given this name by Rosette Mercedes Saraiva Batarda Fernandes and Abílio Fernandes in 1965. It is found in Namibia and South Africa, growing in a well drained soil with some water and some to lots of sun. The stem can grow to 22 centimetres and the little tree from one to tree metres in height. The flowers are cream to white.

The genera name from Latin ozeit; 'to smell'. The species name means 'different' or 'unequal'.

 
                  Photo by Nicky vB, Ispotnature.org.                            Photo by Stefan Dressler, Africanplants.senckenberg.de.