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  • River bank species also include Khaya senegalensis, Erythrophleum suaveoleus, Ceiba pentandra, Detarium senegalense, Syzygium guineense, Afzelia africana, and Borassus.

    Niokolo-Koba National Park, Senegal

  • Gallery forests and forest patches contain Erythrophleum suaveolens, Chlorophora excelsa, Irvingia smithii, Khaya anthotheca, K. grandifoliola, Klainedoxa sp.,

    Garamba National Park, Democratic Republic of Congo

  • Erythrophleum ivorense, Klainedoxa gabonensis, Parkia bicolor, Parinari excelsa and Piptadeniastrum africanum.

    Western Guinean lowland forests

  • Typical canopy dominants of the moist evergreen forest of Sierra Leone include Heritiera utilis, Cryptosepalum tetraphyllum, Erythrophleum ivorense and Lophira alata, with small amounts of Klainedoxa gabonensis, Uapaca guineensis, Oldfieldia africana, Brachystegia leonensis and Piptadeniastrum africanum.

    Western Guinean lowland forests

  • Typical plant associations in the semi-deciduous forest of Guinea include Khaya senegalensis, Erythrophleum spp.,

    Western Guinean lowland forests

  • No particular tree species dominates, but Erythrophleum suaveolens, Blighia unijugata, Zanha golungensis, and Melanodiscus oblongus are common.

    Eastern Zimbabwe montane forest-grassland mosaic

  • Mimosaceae and Caesalpiniaceae are the dominant families in the moist evergreen forest type, with Piptadeniastrum africanum, Parkia bicolor, Erythrophleum ivorense, Anthonotha spp.,

    Eastern Guinean forests

  • Other important trees include Daniellia oliveri and Erythrophleum africanum.

    Northern Congolian forest-savanna mosaic

  • Other tall canopy trees include Brachystegia floribunda, Syzygium guineense afromontanum, Bersama abyssinica, Erythrophleum africanum and Combretum elaeagnoides.

    Zambezian Cryptosepalum dry forests

  • The dominant tree species are Nauclea diderrichii, Khaya ivorensis, Erythrophleum ivorense, Klainedoxa gabunensis, Brachystegia eurycoma, and Terminalia superba.

    Nigerian lowland forests

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