Coelospermum paniculatum F.Muell. var. paniculatum
Leenhouts, P.W. (1988) Blumea 33: 285.
Vine stem diameters to 10 cm recorded. Living bark layer quite thick. Numerous hard, brown or orange-brown granular fibres or lines visible in the blaze.
Inflorescence a panicle; partial inflorescence components dichasia or umbel-like; inflorescence branches and pedicels hairy. Flowers about 11-14 mm diam. Pedicel 3-4 mm long. Hypanthium about 3 mm long. Calyx tube cupular, about 1.5 mm long, calyx lobes absent. Corolla tube about 3-7 mm long, densely clothed with hairs on the inner surface. Corolla lobes about 5-7.5 mm long. Staminal filaments about 2-4 mm long, attached to the upper half of the corolla tube. Anthers about 3-4.7 mm long. Pollen orange. Style about 2.2-7.5 mm long, apex bifid.
Fruits a drupe, globular, usually about 10 mm diam. Surface of the fruits usually marked by a circular scar from the original individual flower. Pyrenes +/- kidney-shaped, quite hard and difficult to cut, each pyrene about 7 mm long. Seeds about 5-6 x 3 mm, one per pyrene. Embryo about 2-4 mm long. Radicle about as long as the cotyledons but not as wide. Radicle broadest towards the base.