From a German botanical
which I doubt!
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This member of the Anacardicaceae
family was described by Urs Eggli in 1995. It is found in a small
area outside Toliara. Prefers a well drained soil, some water and
lots of sun. The stem, or actually; caudex will grow to fifteen
centimetres in diameter, the whole plant will reach one meter in
height. The flowers are yellowish green.
A. Randrianasolo & P. P.
Lowry, 2006: "This species most closely resembles (and is often
confused with) O. decaryi, but can readily be distinguished
by the distinctive zig-zag pattern of its branches".