Dysoxylum rufum (A.Rich.) Benth.
Bentham, G. (1863) Flora Australiensis 1: 382.
Bean, Rusty; Cedar, Bastard Pencil; False Rosewood; Hairy Rosewood; Mahogany, Rusty; Rusty Mahogany; Red Bean; Red Heart; Rusty Bean; Australian Mahogany; Bastard Pencil Cedar
Yellowish or orange speckles often visible in the blaze.
First true leaves ovate, apex acute, base cuneate to obtuse. Intermediate leaves elliptic, apex acuminate, base cuneate. At the tenth leaf stage: leaves trifoliolate, leaflet blades obovate, apex acuminate, base attenuate, hairy on both the upper and lower surfaces, hairs erect, pale; foveoles present at the junction of most lateral veins and the midrib. Seed germination time 27 days.
This species is suspected as having caused death in cattle on the Atherton Tableland. Everist (1974).
This species is regarded as poisonous. (http://vm.cfsan.fda.gov/~djw/plantnam.html)