Brachychiton grandiflorus Guymer
Guymer, G.P. (1988) Australian Systematic Botany 1(3): 263. Type: 19.3 km N of `Musgrave, Cook District, Queensland, 8 Aug. 1975, G.P. Guymer 257; holo: BRI; iso: CANB, DNA, K, NE, NSW, PERTH.
Coen Kurrajong; Kurrajong, Coen
Large pores visible in the twig pith, usually visible to the naked eye. Leaf blades about 8-16 x 9-17 cm, +/- 5-lobed. Petiole longer than the leaf blade. Midrib and lateral veins raised on the upper surface of the leaf blade. Twig bark strong and fibrous when stripped. Leaf blade lower surface sparsely hairy, hairs predominantly simple.
Cotyledons enclosed in the seed coat, attached to the hypocotyl by long petioles. First pair of leaves cordate, about 2.5-3 x 2-2.5 cm or lobed with 1 or 2 lobes, petiole about 8-15 mm long, root thickened, carrot-like (Daucus carota). At the tenth leaf stage: leaves usually 3-lobed, deeply cordate at the base, upper surface with a few, short, reddish brown hairs near the petiole. Seed germination time 9 to 13 days.