Pyramus de Candolle, 1825
Terebinthus simplicifolia Nathaniel Lord Britton, 1908.
Elaphrium jamaicense Joseph Nelson Rose, 1911.
Bursera lunanii, C.D.Adams & Dandy ex Proctor, 1982.
This member of the Burseraceae
family was given this name by Augustin Pyramus de Candolle in 1825.
It is found on Jamaica and in Oaxaca, Mexico. It will eventually
grow to three and a half meter with a stem measuring 30 or even 50
centimetres in diameter. It need a well drained soil with some
water when in growth and lots of sun. The small flowers are greenish
Named after: Joachim Burser, German/Danish botanist
(1583-1639). The species after it simple leaves.