Clerodendrum floribundum var. angustifolium Moldenke
Moldenke, H.N. (1977) Phytologia 37(1): 22. Type: "The type of this variety was collected by Cyril Tenison White (no. 8675) at Tarrens Creek, North Queensland, Australia, on March 19, 1933, and is deposited in the B.A. Krukoff Herbarium at the New York Botanical Garden."
A shrub or small tree to 7 m high. Stems with rough to flaky bark often slightly fissured.
Inflorescence more or less lax, glabrous; flowers white, lax; pedicels glabrous, 2-6(-10) mm long. Calyx deeply lobed, glabrous all over, glandular on inner surface, 5-6.5 mm long; lobes 3-4 mm long. Corolla creamy-white, glabrous, 25-45 mm long; tube 20-35 mm long, 1-2 mm diameter. Stamens white, much exserted, glabrous. Ovary glarous; style exserted, white, 35-65 mm long.
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Queensland Herbarium does not recognise the varieties and treats them all at species level.