Arytera pauciflora S.T.Reynolds
Reynolds, S.T. () Flora of Australia 25: 198. Type: Johnstone R., Qld, March 1915, N. Michael s.n.; holo: BRI, iso: BRI.
Tamarind, Pink; Smaller Rose Tamarind; Pink Tamarind; Small-leaved Tamarind
Sapwood surface corrugated.
Domatia are foveoles with a small orifice. Leaflet blades about 5.5-17.5 x 2-5.5 cm, usually arched between the main lateral veins, margin often recurved. Midrib raised in a groove on the upper surface. Young leaf bearing twigs longitudinally grooved. Compound leaf rhachis with a median ridge and two lateral grooves. Compound leaf petiole with 1 or 2 grooves on the upper surface.
First pair of leaves compound with two leaflets. At the tenth leaf stage: leaflet blades +/- elliptic, apex acuminate, base cuneate, domatia absent, midrib raised on the upper surface, leaflets sessile or very shortly stalked; compound leaf axis with a median ridge, compound leaf petiole +/- flat on the upper surface with a median ridge towards the apex. Seed germination time 35 to 37 days.
The red aril is eaten by Victoria's Riflebird. Cooper & Cooper (1994).