See also: Ambaville (homonymy)
The bastard ambaville ( Phylica nitida ) is a shrub of the family of the Rhamnaceae , endemic of the Mascareignes, present in altitude with the Réunion and Maurice. It is one of the woody plants constitutive to the Meeting of the mountain maquis called filled swings or éricoïdes present in altitude. The shrub can reach to the maximum 3 m height. It is known under varied there other vernacular names like sheet lasts or ambaville white , but the latter name ready with confusion because it is also and initially that of the shrub of the family of the Astéracées, '' Hubertia tomentosa ''.
With the Mauritius, the species Phylica nitida belongs to the vegetation of the moors on lateritic surface grounds of average altitude. It is called vulgarly heather collectively with other species.
- Endémisme in Mascareignes.
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