Leaves are evergreen, alternate, simple, elliptical to lanceolate to oval shaped, 3-4" long, about 1" wide, dark glossy green on the upper surface, lower surface lighter green. Margins entire or slightly toothed. Short petiole or sessile, in whorls at the ends of the branches. Distinct translucent dots in the leaves, hence the name ...porum.
You can see the pores in the leaves when you hold them up to the light.
Fruit is a small reddish berry, about 3/8" diameter.
Location: Along 45th in Capitola