Cupaniopsis papillosa P.I.Forst.
Forster, P.I. (2006) Austrobaileya 7(2): 293. Type: Queensland, Cook District: Gold Coast road, near Ravenshoe, 19 March 2004, W. Cooper 1838 & R. Jensen.
Grows into a small tree.
Inflorescences pendulous, occasionally branching from base, 70-300 mm long, panicles with long side branches. Flowers either functionally male or female in the same inflorescence, with sterile organs of the opposite sex present. Female flowers not available. Male flowers 3-5 x 5-9 mm, cream; pedicels 3-4 x 0.5-0.8 mm.
First pair of leaves compound, each with two leaflets, margins smooth. Compound leaf rhachis extending beyond the leaflets. At the tenth leaf stage: compound leaf with two or four leaflets, rhachis projecting beyond the point of attachment of the apical pair of leaflets by 7-10 mm. Leaflet blades broadly lanceolate to elliptic, base very oblique, midrib raised on the upper surface. Seed germination time 17 days.
This species is similar to C. dallachyi in foliage but differes in a number of features, including aril colour.