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Scale bar 10mm. Copyright CSIRO
Flower. Copyright Barry Jago
Fruit, side view, dehiscing and arillous seeds. Copyright W. T. Cooper
Leaves and Flowers. Copyright B. Gray
Cotyledon stage, hypogeal germination. Copyright CSIRO
10th leaf stage. Copyright CSIRO
Cnesmocarpon dasyantha (Radlk.) Adema
Adema, F. (1993) Blumea 38(1): 197. Type: ?.
Jagera dasyantha (Radlk.) S.T.Reynolds, Austrobaileya 3(3): 500(1991), Type: ?. Guioa dasyantha Radlk., Bot.Jahrb.Syst. 56: 277(1920), Type: Ledermann 10365, Papua New Guinea, Sepik Area, 1912 - 1913; iso; L. Jagera discolor S.T.Reynolds, Austrobaileya 1(3): 407(1981), Type: Cook District: Clump Mountain, 7 Nov. 1951, L.S. Smith 4977 (BRI holotypus).
Pink Tamarind; Tamarind, Pink; Fern Leaved Tamarind; Tamarind, Fern Leaved
Leafy twigs longitudinally grooved. Upper surface of the compound leaf axis grooved towards the apex. Leaflet blades about 6-17.5 x 2-5 cm, much paler on the underside. Midrib depressed and leaflet stalk channelled on the upper surface and swollen at its junction with the compound leaf axis. Domatia are very small foveoles.
Capsules about 12-16 x 12-18 mm, 3-valved, hairy inside and out. Aril small and basal.
First pair of leaves with about 1-3 blunt teeth on each side of the leaf blade. At the tenth leaf stage: leaf blade glabrous on the upper surface, margin entire or sometimes with about 1-3 blunt teeth on one or both sides of the leaf blade.
Distribution and Ecology