Uvariodendron pycnophyllum is an evergreen tree; it can grow up to 15 metres tall[
The tree is harvested from the wild for local use of its wood.
This species has a small native range and this is under threat from forest loss and degredation due to expanding agricultural activites. Its population level is declinging. The plant is classified as 'Endangered' in the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species(2013)[
East tropical Africa - northeast Tanzania.
Rain-forest, drier evergreen forest; at elevations from 840 - 1,100 metres[
]. Dry evergreen forest dominated by Combretum schumannii, Lettowianthus stellatus and other trees. Grows in on the lower mountain slopes often near rivers[
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The wood is used for building poles, tool handles and knife sheaths[
The wood is used for fuel[
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