Dinghoua globularis (Ding Hou) R.H.Archer
Simmons, M.P. et al (2012) Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 62(1): 16
Can grow into a small tree but usually flowers and fruits as a shrub 2-5 m tall.
Leaf blades glabrous, about 8.5-10.5 x 4-6 cm, petioles about 0.2-0.3 cm long, grooved on the upper surface. Lateral veins about 4-6 on each side of the midrib. Stipules caducous. Lateral veins curving but not forming distinct loops inside the blade margin. Leaf blade toothed all around the margin but the teeth small and inconspicuous. Many of the tertiary veins tend to run at right angles to the midrib.
Euonymus globularis Ding Hou, Blumea 22: 271 (1975). Type: Queensland, Shiptons Flat, 14 Sept. 1948, L.J. Brass 20224; holo: L; iso: BRI K.