Diploglottis alaticarpa W.E.Cooper
Cooper, W.E. (2014) Austrobaileya 9(2): 199-201. Type: Queensland. Cook District: Southern side of Palmerston Highway near Mamu Boardwalk, Wooroonooran National Park [west of Innisfail], 19 December 2013, W.Cooper 2232 & R.Jensen.
Leafy twigs shallowly ribbed, minutely lenticellate, glabrous; new growth silvery-pink and sericeous. Leaflet blades about 4.4-18.5 x 1.8-6.3 cm, leaflet stalks 0.7-2.5 cm long. Midrib virtually flat, leaflet stalk slightly grooved on the upper surface. Lateral veins about 8-15 on each side of the midrib, curving inside the black margin but not forming definite loops.
Seed germination time 13 to 17 days. First pair of true leaves lanceolate to elliptic, opposite or sub-opposite. Midrib raised on the upper surface. At the tenth leaf stage: leaf blade elliptic, apex acuminate, +/- glabrous on both the upper and lower surfaces; lateral veins form loops inside the margin of the leaf blade; midrib raised on the upper surface. Terminal bud, petiole and stem clothed in very short hairs. Stem longitudinally grooved.