Endiandra monothyra B.Hyland subsp. monothyra
Hyland, B.P.M. (1989) Australian Systematic Botany 2: 240.
Near Mueller's Walnut; Rose Walnut; Walnut, Rose
Twigs fluted, clothed in tortuous, erect, brown hairs. Leaf blades about 6-15 x 2.5-7.5 cm, green on the underside, clothed in tortuous, appressed and erect, pale brown hairs when young, sparsely pubescent at maturity. Midrib and main lateral veins depressed and slightly hairy on the upper surface. Petioles flat on the upper surface. Oil dots visible with a lens.
First pair of leaves elliptic or ovate, about 40-75 x 16-35 mm, green on the underside. At the tenth leaf stage: leaves hairy on the upper surface at least along the midrib and main lateral veins; oil dots small, numerous, visible only with a lens; terminal bud, petiole and stem densely clothed in rusty brown hairs. Seed germination time 20 to 68 days.
Fruit eaten by Fruit Pigeons and Musky Rat-kangaroos. Cooper & Cooper (1994).
This subspecies grows large enough to produce millable logs. Wood specific gravity 0.74-0.86. Hyland (1989).