Endiandra compressa C.T.White
White, C.T. (1919) Queensland Department of Agriculture and Stock. Botany Bulletin 21: 14. Type: Imbil, F.H. Weatherhead;.
Queensland Greenheart; Greenheart; Whitebark
Twigs terete or slightly fluted, clothed in straight, appressed, pale brown hairs when young but soon becoming glabrous. Leaf blades green and glabrous on the underside. Leaf blades rather large, 12-25 x 6-9 cm. Lateral veins curving inside the blade margin but not always forming distinct loops. Midrib depressed or flush with the upper surface. Petioles flat or channelled on the upper surface. Oil dots visible with a lens.
Fruit eaten by Cassowaries. Cooper & Cooper (1994).
Before the development of fibreglass and carbon fibre, the timber of this species was used in the manufacture of fishing rods. Swain (1928).
This species seldom grows large enough to produce millable logs. Wood specific gravity 0.97. Hyland (1989).