Gmelina dalrympleana (F.Muell.) H.J.Lam
Lam, H.J. (1919) The Verbenaceae of the Malayan Archipelago : 223.
Beech; Beech, White; Grey Teak; White Beech
Blaze darkening to orange-brown on exposure. Creamy yellow flecks usually visible in the blaze.
Fruits obovoid, 8-18 x 5-12 mm.
Cotyledons obovate or oblong, apex emarginate, hairs only present at the very young stage. First few pairs of leaves toothed. At the tenth leaf stage: leaves elliptic, upper surface with a few short hairs along the midrib, teeth, if present, dentate, veins about 5-8 on each side of the midrib, midrib depressed on the upper surface. Seed germination time 33 to 67 days.
Produces a durable timber with a rather coarse grain. Fruit eaten by Fruit Pigeons. Cooper & Cooper (1994).