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Baikiaea plurijuga, known as African teak, Mukusi, Rhodesian teak, Zambian teak or Zambesi redwood, is a species of tree from the legume family, the Fabaceae from southern Africa. Baikiaea plurijuga is a medium sized deciduous tree with pinnate leaves each with 4-5 pairs of opposed leaflets. The showy pink to deep mauve flowers have yellow stamens and are clustered in large axillary [raceme]s, it flowers from November to April. (Full article...)