Aglaia silvestris (M.Roem.) Merr.
Merrill, E.D. (1917) Interp. Rumph. Herb. Amboin. : 210. Type: Neotype - [Maluku, Amboina, [Hitoe Lama], July-Nov 1913.
In Australia recorded as a small tree to 10 m, but elsewhere recorded to 30 m. branches densely covered in scales which have a brown centre and light margin.
Inflorescence to 30 cm long, 20 cm wide. Flowers up to 3.5 mm long x 2.5 mm wide, obovoid, fragrant. Calyx half length of corolla, densely covered with peltate scales on outside, deeply divided into 5 ovate lobes which have ciliate margins. Petals 5 or 6, yellow, elliptic or ovate. Staminal tube longer the corolla.
Poorly known species in Australia.