The angularly toothed leaves and ripening orange fruit of the langsteelkorentebos (long stem currant bush) or botanically Searsia dissecta, are quite striking in introducing this lesser-known species of the large and popular karee and taaibos (sticky bush) genus.
Toothing of these trifoliolate leaves occurs only in the upper parts of the leaflets. Mostly strongly serrated, a couple of leaflets in picture show rounded tooth tips, even a notched one. The dark green blades are stiff and leathery, the ascending veins easy to see. The plant is called langsteelkorentebos on account of its long leaf petioles.
The ripe fruits probably wrinkle, adding the currant (korente) part to the name. The long-stalked, unripe fruits display granular surface unevenness in picture (Manning and Goldblatt, 1997; Bond and Goldblatt, 1984; iNaturalist).