Also known by the common name White mangrove, this species can attain a height of twelve to nineteen meters. The rough fissured bark is grayish-brown to reddish. Pneumatophores and prop roots sometimes occur. The elliptical leaves are opposite, and measure twelve to twenty centimeters in length.
* World Wildlife Fund. Mark Mcginley and C.Michael Hogan eds. 2010. ”Petenes Mangroves''. Encyclopedia of Earth, National Council for Science and the Environment, Washington DC ed. ed.in-chief Cutler J. Cleveland
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