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10th leaf stage. Copyright CSIRO
Fruit. Copyright CSIRO
Fruit, side views, dehisced fruits and seed with aril. Copyright W. T. Cooper
Cotyledon stage, hypogeal germination. Copyright CSIRO
Cupaniopsis dallachyi S.T.Reynolds
Reynolds, S.T. () Flora of Australia 25: 199. Type: Jagan, near Malanda, Qld, c. 17 deg 23 S, 145 deg 36 E, 30 Sept. 1980, G.C.Stocker 1773; holo: BRI; iso: QRS..
Sapwood surface corrugated.
Young leafy twigs with a few obscure grooves or striations. Terminal buds clothed in pale, +/- prostrate hairs. Leaflet blades about 6-13 x 3-5.5 cm, midrib depressed or raised on the upper surface. Lateral veins curved throughout their length but not forming loops inside the margin. Compound leaf petiole +/- flat on the upper surface. Compound leaf rhachis +/- convex on the upper surface. Domatia are very small foveoles.
First pair of leaves simple or compound, trifoliolate or pinnate with as few as two leaflets. Leaflet blades not toothed. At the tenth leaf stage: leaflet blades unequal-sided at the base; midrib raised on the upper surface; lateral veins curved but not forming loops inside the blade margin; compound leaf rhachis ending in an awl-like point. Terminal bud clothed in brown hairs.
Distribution and Ecology
Orange aril eaten by Victoria's Riflebird. Cooper & Cooper (1994).