Bursera silviae, discovered in 2008, in mountainous coastal areas of Oaxaca, Mexico is an American frankincense tree. The resin, or "copal" is reported to have a fragrant lemony smell. The bark is peeling and typical of Bursera. The plant has typical pinnate leaves of the soapwood family, This plant is said to be related to Bursera fagaroides of Northern Mexico and Arizona of the Sonoran Desert.
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