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Rhamnidium elaeocarpum Reissek is a species found in forests, especially in riparian forests. This medicinal species is commonly used to reduce itching of the gums in children at the onset of teething and contains several substances responsible for antiulcer activity. The aim of the present study was to describe the external and anatomical features of the seeds, fruits, and developmental stages of seedlings of R. elaeocarpum Reissek. The processing consisted of maceration in sieves to separatedoi:10.5433/1679-0359.2015v36n3p1179 fatcat:ahylm4ctn5gj3mszfjhuwit7sy