Cathormion umbellatum subsp. moniliforme (DC.) Brummitt
Brummitt, R.K. (1970) Kew Bulletin 24: 231.
Smaller trees have very thorny stems. Larger trees have very coarsely flaky bark, individual bark flakes up to 20 x 10 cm.
Individual flowers on distinct pedicels about 3-4 mm long. Umbel peduncles about 2-4.5 cm long. Staminal filaments about 15-20 mm long.
Pods flat, about 10-20 cm long, constricted between the seeds, breaking into one seeded segments at maturity.
Occurs in WA, NT, CYP and NEQ. Altitudinal range quite small, from sea level to 100 m. Grows in monsoon forest and other closed forests, usually on heavy soils which are periodically flooded, also found in closed forests near the sea often near mangroves or salt pans. Also occurs in Asia and Malesia.