Australian Tropical Rainforest Plants - Online edition
Cynometra roseiflora W.E.Cooper
Cooper, W.E. (2015), Austrobaileya 9(3): 400-401. Type: Australia: Queensland. COOK DISTRICT: Mossman Gorge section, Daintree National Park, north side of the river, 10 March 2013, W. Cooper 2215, T. Hawkes, R. Jensen, J. Kemp & J. Leech (holo: CNS [2 sheets + spirit]; iso: BRI, CANB, L, K, MO distribuendi).
Grows into a tree to 15 m, buttressed, blaze red.
Seed germination time unknown. Cotyledons thick and fleshy, at or slightly above ground level. Cataphylls about 5 or 6 before the first true leaves. First pair of leaves compound with two leaflets. At the tenth leaf stage: compound leaves with two leaflets, each leaflet blade about 5.5-6.5 x 2-2.5 cm. Leaflet stalk absent or very short.
Distribution and Ecology
Natural History & Notes
Description adapted from Cooper (2015).
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