Argyrodendron polyandrum L.S.Sm.
Smith, L.S. (1969) Contributions from the Queensland Herbarium 6: 18. Type: Cook Highway, approx. 1 mile N. of Yule Point, Webb & Tracey 6235 (holotypus, BRI.078911).
Stavewood; Oak, Brown; Oak, Black Tulip; Booyong; Oak, Brown Tulip; Highroot; Hickory; Crowsfoot Elm; Brown Crowsfoot Elm; Black Tulip Oak; Brown Tulip Oak; Brown Oak
Buttresses join the stem at an angle of approx. 45. White granular and pink fibrous stripes in the outer blaze. Blaze finely layered.
Leaflet blades generally small, about 6-12 x 2-5 cm, densely brown scaly, not white, on the lower surface. Midrib depressed or flush with the upper surface, occasionally slightly raised. About 12-16 veins on each side of the midrib. Fine oak grain in the twigs, particularly the bark. Large pores visible in the pith.
Cotyledons fleshy, about 7 x 7 mm, venation not visible. First pair of leaves elliptic to ovate. Lower surface of leaf and terminal bud brown from scales. At the tenth leaf stage: leaves or leaflets glabrous on the upper surface, lower surface brown from scales, midrib flush with or slightly raised on the upper surface; stipules very small, clothed in scales. Seed germination time 14 days.