Australian Tropical Rainforest Plants - Online edition
Hexaspora pubescens C.T.White
White, C.T. (1933) Contributions from the Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University 4: 58. Type: Queensland, Foothills of Mount Bartle Frere, 1 Oct. 1929, S. F. Kajewski 1352; holo: BRI; iso: NSW.
Grows into a small tree but often flowers and fruits as a shrub 3-4 m tall.
Inflorescence hairy, clothed in pale golden, erect hairs, strictly axillary, much shorter than the leaves. Calyx lobes about 0.5 mm long, pubescent on the outer surface, glabrous on the inner. Petals about 1.5 mm long, pubescent on the outer surface, glabrous on the inner, margins fringed. Staminal filaments short and broad (but not as wide as the anthers) attached outside or to the outer edge of the disk.
Features not available.
Endemic to NEQ. Altitudinal range probably quite small, from 400-700 m. Grows as an understory plant in well developed upland rain forest.