The shiny, pale green fruit of Ozoroa dispar is borne on a sturdy stalk. It is kidney-shaped to peanut-shaped with tiny, scattered, sunken spots. The drupes are black and wrinkled when ripe, becoming about 1 cm to 1,3 cm wide. Fruits are seen on the tree from midwinter to spring.
Flowering happens late in autumn when the small creamy white flowers grow in terminal sprays. Male and female flowers occur on separate plants. The flower is up to 4 mm in diameter, the sprays from 3 cm to 7 cm long (Mannheimer and Curtis, (Eds.), 2009; Le Roux, et al, 2005; Coates Palgrave, 2002; Eliovson 1990; iNaturalist).