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Malmea depressa (Baill.) R.E.Fries; e'ele'muy

Small tree; leaves alternate, simple, elliptic, base acute, margin entire, apex acute, leathery; fruits in umbel-like clusters, each cluster consisting of separate berry-like fruitlets derived from a single flower (technically, a baccicetum).

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Medicinal uses mentioned by Standley (1930) include expulsion of kidney and bladder stones, and the treatment of leukorrhea and gonorrhea.