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Euodia pubifolia T.G.Hartley
Hartley, T.G. (2001) Allertonia 8: 64. Type: Queensland, Oliver Creek, near Cape Tribulation, 20 Aug. 1972, Webb & Tracey 10761; holo: CANB.
Euodia sp. (Oliver Creek LJW 10897), : (), Type: ?.
Occasionally grows into a small tree but usually flowers and fruits as a shrub 3-4 m tall.
Leaves generally trifoliolate, occasionally simple. Leaflet blades about 9-12.5 x 2.5-3.5 cm, leaflet stalks about 0.5-0.6 cm long. Terminal buds and young shoots densely clothed in pale brown hairs. Leaflets hairy on the upper surface. Lateral leaflets unequal sided at the base. Leaflets aromatic when crushed.
Inflorescence few-flowered. Flowers about 5 mm diam. Pedicels and calyx clothed in translucent hairs. Petals pubescent on the outer and inner surfaces. Staminal filaments hairy. Anthers apiculate at the apex. Pollen white or translucent. Disk consists of a large pale yellow, thick, fleshy gland or glands surrounding the base of the ovary between the staminal filaments. Carpels pubescent, +/- free from one another near the base but fused at the apex. Stigma pale green.
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Distribution and Ecology
Herb (herbaceous or woody, under 1 m tall)
Shrub (woody or herbaceous, 1-6 m tall)