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- Lophira alata, commonly known as azobé, ekki or the red ironwood tree, is a species of plant in the family Ochnaceae. It is found in Cameroon, the Republic...
- Lophira lanceolata, commonly known as the dwarf red ironwood, is a species of tree in the family Ochnaceae which is native to tropical West and Central...
- Lophira is a genus of plants in the family Ochnaceae. Almost every part of Lophira (bark, root bark, leaves, and leafy shoots) is used for various medicinal...
- (Ironwood) Lophira alata (West African ironwood, (Small) Red ironwood, Dwarf (red) ironwood, Dryzone (red) ironwood), western and central Africa Lophira lanceolata...
- suited to the seasonally dry conditions and repeated wildfires and include Lophira lanceolata, Afzelia africana, Daniellia oliveri, Bor****us aethiopum, Anogeissus...
- constantly occurring fires keeping back the growth of trees in open country. Lophira lanceolata is a tree that is more resistant to fire than many others. The...
- Terminalia superba which is known locally as afara, Entandrophragma or sapele, Lophira alata, Triplochiton scleroxylon (or obeche), Khaya grandifoliola (or African...
- Elvasiinae, and Ochninae. The subtribe Lophirinae consists of a single genus, Lophira. It has two species, both confined to tropical Africa. It produces an unusual...
- São Tomé and Principe and Sierra Leone. It can be found with Calamus, on Lophira alata, Macrolebium or Blighia welwitschii. Simo, M. & Stévart, T. (2014)...
- data often show a dominance of gr****es over humid tropics trees. The tree Lophira alata and others may have spread out of the African forests during the...
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