Brachychiton garrawayae (F.M.Bailey) Guymer
Guymer, G.P. (1988) Australian Systematic Botany 1(3): 274.
Living bark strong and fibrous when stripped. Outer blaze marked by granular stripes containing horizontal speckles.
Leaf blades about 7-13 x 16 cm, 3-5-lobed, petioles about 3.5-6 cm long. Upper surface of the leaf blade green, clothed in short stellate hairs, lower surface pale, almost white, densely clothed in short stellate hairs. Stipules about 2 mm long, densely clothed in stellate hairs. Twig bark strong and fibrous when stripped. Large pores visible in the twig pith, pores large enough to be visible to the naked eye.
Inflorescences borne on the branches. Perianth stellate hairy on both the inner and outer surfaces. Perianth about 22-30 x 15-25 mm. Floral nectaries, annular, irregularly lobed, about 3-4 mm from the base of the tube. Stamens about 25 in the male flowers. Ovaries stellate-tomentose, about 3-4 mm long.
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