Commiphora fulvotomentosa is a tree growing 4 - 12 metres tall[
]. The tree is unarmed along the branches, but perhaps rarely has spines 4 - 7cm long on the main stem[
]. The bole can be up to 25cm in diameter[
The tree is sometimes harvested from the wild for local use of its wood. It is often grown as a hedge.
East tropical Africa - southern Tanzania, northern Mozambique.
Woodland; dry forest; especially on rocky outcrops; at elevations from 200 - 1,200 metres[
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The tree is used for live fences and for marking boundaries[
The wood is soft. It is used for carvings, spoons, water pots and beehives[
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