This is a naturally occurring hybrid of bursera fagaroides and bursera microphylla from a locale near the Waterman Mountains in Central America. Pretty uncommon! Leaves are longer and a bit wider than microphylla, like an elongated narrow fagaroides leaf. A wonderful caudiciform tree from Baja California and the Sonoran Desert. Delicate, tiny, fern-like leaves adorn this graceful plant and puts out red/orange berries in the spring. Smooth and peeling orange/beige bark. Forms an interesting,complex caudex and is a wonderful bonsai candidate. Highly aromatic, this tree is also known as the Mexican Frankincense Tree. Related to Boswellia, the bark, leaves, and fruit smell strongly of Frankincense.