This tree is known as 'feewu a wu' by local people and has only recently been recognised as a new species; it is so new to science that it does not yet have a specific name (2). The spiny tree may grow to around 6 metres tall; it bears small leaves, which have serrated edges with around 15 'teeth' (2). The small white flowers have oval petals and numerous yellowish stamens, which form a dense mass measuring around 3 centimetres in diameter (2). Hard, rounded fruits are produced, which are marked by roughly 9 lines running from tip to tip (2).
- Height: 6 m (2)