Anthocephalus (family Rubiaceae) A genus of fast-growing, medium-sized, pioneer trees of lowland rain and seasonal forests, characteristically of moist alluvial soils. They yield useful timber and have been planted widely, but mainly unsuccessfully, throughout the humid tropics. There are 2 species, native to Nepal, and to the region from Yunnan to New Guinea.
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