Garcinia jensenii W.E.Cooper
Cooper, W.E. (2013) Austrobaileya 9(1): 10-12. Type: Australia: Queensland, Cook District: about 3 km N of 3-ways, Iron Range National Park, 29 July 2013, W.Cooper 2225, C.Zdenek, B.Venables & J.Pritchard (holo: CNS [2 sheets + spirit]; iso: A, BRI, CANB, FRI, K, KEP, KL, MEL, MO, NSW, NY, SING, US).
Petioles and twigs produce clear exudate. Petioles 5-7 mm. Leaf blades 5.2-16 cm long x 2.0-7.2 cm wide; narrowly to broadly elliptic, ovate-elliptic or obovate. Secondary veins 7-10 pairs. Latex canals on the underside of the leaf blade resemble veins but run at such an angle as to be incompatible with the normal veins.
Male inflorescence axillary, a fascicle or raceme, 5-many-flowered. Male flowers: 7-8 mm diam., pedicels 4.5-12 mm long; sepals 4, 2-whorled, outer pair joined, D-shaped, 1.6 mm long x 1.8 mm wide; inner pair free, petal-like, ca. 4 mm long x 3 mm wide; petals 4, free, imbricate, ca. 4 mm long x 3-4 mm wide; androecium 4-phalangiate, phalanges 3.2 mm long x 2-3 mm wide, apex divided into 2-7 short filaments; anthers 15-30 per phalange. Female inflorescence: terminal or axillary, supra-axillary or ramiflorous, a solitary flower, fascicle or condensed raceme, 3-9-flowered. Female flowers: 4.5-6.5 mm diam.; pedicels 3.5-4.5 mm long; sepals 4, 2-whorled, D-shaped; outer pair joined, ca. 1 mm long x 2 mm wide; inner pair free, 1.2-2 mm long x 2-3 mm wide; petals 4, free, 2 mm long x 2-3 mm wide; gynoecium fungiform, unlobed; stigma disklike, entire, 2.5 mm diam.
Garcinia sp. Claudie River (L.J.Brass 19658), Synonym in part (see also Garcinia leggeae) [Provisional Phrase Name].