New Syzygium Sp Papua is the name of a genus of flowering plants, a member of the Myrtaceae family. This genus has about 500 species, distributed widely in the tropics and subtropics of the Old World. In the past this genus was often included as part of the Eugenia clan, but research conducted by Schmid in the early 1970s showed that the two genera were different.
Most members of the Syzygium genus are trees, or shrubs that are evergreen, not shedding leaves. Most are glabrous, some species have buttresses or buttresses. Twigs are rounded or square, with or not bulging nodes, often bouncy segments.
New Syzygium Sp Papua The leaves are located opposite, rarely scattered or scalloped. Main leaf veins are sunken or grooved above, with 1-3 intramarginal veins parallel to the margin, and fine gland spots below. The flowers in large numbers are arranged in panicles, bunches or additional umbrellas, seated or stalked, numbering 4-5. Stamens loose, often numerous; will bear fruit 2, rarely 3-4.