Atractocarpus fitzalanii subsp. tenuipes Puttock
Puttock, C.F. (1999) Australian Systematic Botany 12: 288. Type: Queensland, Cook District: SFR 185 Mt Haig, 17 deg 05, 145 deg 50E, 1200m, 9 July 1971, Stocker 762 (holo: BRI; iso: K, L, QRS).
Male flowers : Flowers on pedicels about 20-40 mm long. Calyx lobes small and inconspicuous, calyx tube (hypanthium) +/- undulate at the apex. Flowers quite large, corolla tube about 9-10 mm long, corolla lobes about 11-13 mm long. Anthers sessile, about 5-6 mm long, included in the corolla tube. Style + stigma about 7-9 mm long, swollen part about 4-5 mm long, stigmatic lobes about 2.5 mm long. Female flowers: Flowers solitary or in a short 2-4 flowered raceme or panicle. Pedicels about 20-30 mm long. Hypanthium green, calyx lobes not distinguishable. Corolla tube about 10 mm long, inflated about the middle. Corolla lobes about 18-20 x 4 mm. Staminodes attached to the corolla tube. Stigmas 2, each about 4 mm long.