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The Randia sepium is an extremely interesting species with its coriaceous medium-sized leaves glabrous and brilliant on both sides with 4-7 pairs of secondary nerves and terminal inflorescences, with medium-sized hirsute flowers and pubescent corolla lobes on both sides not having closely related taxon in the Mexican and Mesoamerican flora. All Randia species of these areas having coriaceous shiny leaves -e.g. R. cookii and R. chiapensis -are thorny small-leaved, nerveless, small-flowered onesdoi:10.1556/abot.57.2015.1-2.3 fatcat:ocln7yrprnfrbctkrc3py4jn3y