It seems like my pictures got lost again. Sorry for the double question once more.
A couple of years ago I collected some seeds in Sri Lanka. To my own surprise, I got two of these pretty little trees that grew from smooth, brown seeds about the size of an avocado seed. Unfortunately I don't remember where I collected these: it could have been either from the sea shore or a rainforest reserve.
The first picture shows the tree as it is now, the second is the same plant newly sprouted with it's cotyledons, if it is of any help.
Fascinatingly, these trees have four to six pairs of tiny, sticky droplets on the underside of each leaf. They have a sweet taste (yes, I did try). I wonder if they're for attracting ants or something else.
I know there are most likely hundreds of trees in Sri Lanka, but would someone happen to have even the slightest idea what this might be?