Cupaniopsis wadsworthii (F.Muell.) Radlk.
Radlkofer, L.A.T. (1879) Sitzungsberichte der Mathematisch-Physikalischen Classe der Königlichen Bayerischen Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Munchen 4: 530, 534, 585.
Leaves pinnate, alternate, 45 - 120mm, terminal leaflet absent; petiole 5 - 15mm; leaflets 2 - 4 (6 in juvenile); lamina broadly cuneate, 20 - 75mm by 7 - 45mm; glossy and glabrous on both surfaces except for scattered hairs along under surface of main veins; pinnately veined with 4 - 6 main laterals each side of midrib; main veins yellowish and prominent above, raised and prominent below; apex concavely truncate, apiculate; base cuneate to basal pulvinus; margins entire; domatia small, in angles between main laterals and midrib; petiolules very short to absent except for pulvinus 0.5mm long.
Inflorescences raceme-like thyrsoids, axillary, 10 - 165mm long; flowers functionally unisexual, white, 6 - 7mm diam.; sepals mostly 5; petals mostly 5, 1.5 - 4.6mm long with 2 erect scales at base; male flowers with 8 stamens and rudimentary ovary; female flowers with 8 staminodes and 3-locular superior ovary.
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