Pycnanthus angolensis (tree)

Abundance: 0.09 to 6.90% (median 1.29%)

Latitudinal range: -2.1° to 7.7°

Habitats: tropical/subtropical dry broadleaf forest (10), tropical/subtropical moist broadleaf forest (21)

Biogeographic distribution: Afrotropic, Equatorial Africa

Found in 31 samples

Cameroon: Southern Bakundu Forest Reserve, Mount Cameroon (P1), Mount Cameroon (P2), Zoulabot Ancien, Jalope, Dja Faunal Reserve (mixed forest), Mbam minkom

Gabon: Lopé Reserve Site 1, Lopé Reserve Site 2, Lopé Reserve Site 3, Lopé Reserve Site 4, Lopé Reserve Site 5, Moukalaba-Doudou National Park (Grid #25)

Ghana: Kade site A, Kade site B, Kade site C, Kade site D, Kade site E, Kade site G, Kade site H, Tinte Bepo (Undisturbed Forest), Bia Conservation Area, Boabeng-Fiema Monkey Sanctuary (2000)

Nigeria: Omo Forest Reserve Plot A, Omo Forest Reserve Control Plot, Idi-Ose, Omotoso, Oban Forest Reserve

Uganda: Mpanga Research Forest Reserve (1968), Mpanga Research Forest Reserve (1982), Mpanga Research Forest Reserve (1993)

See also Pycnanthus, Pycnanthus indet. "Kombo", Pycnanthus kombo