Fadogia brachytricha (K.Schum. ex De Wild.) Robyns
Fadogia buarica Mildbr.
Fadogia coriacea Robyns
Fadogia giorgii De Wild.
Fadogia hockii De Wild.
Fadogia kaessneri S.Moore
Fadogia monantha Robyns
Fadogia viridescens De Wild.
Pachystigma triphyllum (Baker) K.Schum.
Vangueria brachytricha K.Schum. ex De Wild.
Fadogia triphylla is a very variable perennial plant with usually more or less woody stems 20 - 45cm tall growing from a thick or fairly slender, usually horizontal, woody root stock. There are normally several stems per plant, these are usually erect and can be branched or unbranched[
The edible fruit is gathered from the wild for local consumption.
Tropical Africa - Cameroon, Central African Republic, DR Congo, Tanzania, Angola, Zambia, Malawi, Mozambique.
Bushland and open Brachystegia woodland, rocky hills at elevations from 750 - 1,500 metres[
Fruit - raw[
]. The black fruits are around 10mm in diameter[
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