(Rutaceae) Saprosma inaequilonga Pierre ex Pit.

Local name(s): ຕົດ ໜາ ຕົ້ນ (toht ma tohn)

Medicinal use(s): stomach ache 

Part(s) used: root

Field Characters: Small tree, approximately 2 m in height. Trunk thin. Leaf margin smooth. Fruits glabrous, round, blue. When leaves are crushed, produce a foul odor.

Locality: Sekong Province, Thateng District, Pa Leng Tai Village, Sekong MBP Thateng.

Habitat: Sekong MBP, mostly shade, hillside

Altitude: 53  m asl 

Collector(s): B. Elkington, M. Xayvue, S. Setthavanxay

Collection number(s): BGE 275

Collection Date: November 19, 2019

Additional information:  

Voucher specimen is in deposit at the Field Museum (F) Herbarium, Chicago, USA under accession no. 2330399.

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