Brombya smithii T.G.Hartley
Hartley, T.G. (2013) Brombya. Flora of Australia 26: 88, 581. Type: Gap Ck. c. 38 km SW of Cooktown, Qld, 7 Sept. 1960, L.S. Smith 11116; holo: BRI; iso: A, LAE.
Flowers and fruits as a shrub about 1-2 m tall.
Leaf blades about 6.5-22 x 2-9 cm, petioles about 1-3 cm long. Petioles and twigs densely clothed in long, erect, cream-brown, simple hairs. Oil dots numerous, closely spaced. Both the upper and lower surfaces of the leaf blade hairy, velvety to the touch. Lateral veins, about 9-12 on each side of the midrib, forming loops inside the blade margin.
Flowers about 7 mm diam. Calyx lobes about 3 mm long, apices obtuse. Petals about 5 mm long, apices obtuse, oil dots large and conspicuous. Stamens eight, filaments long and short, four about 4 mm long and four about 2.5 mm long. Anthers dimorphic, four about 1 mm long and four about 0.5 mm long. Style about 1 mm long, divided into four near the base but fused to form one style for most of its length. Carpels seated on a hairy disk.
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