Idiospermum australiense (Diels) S.T.Blake
Blake, S.T. (1972) Contributions from the Queensland Herbarium 12: 5.
Idiot Fruit; Ribbonwood; Idiospermum
Blaze darkening on exposure. Living bark very bitter when chewed and probably quite poisonous.
Leaf blades about 10-17 x 3.5-5.5 cm. Lateral veins slightly raised on the upper surface, curved throughout their length, but not forming definite loops.
Based on field evidence the fruits of this species is poisonous to cattle. Everist (1974). Other parts of this species are also likely to be poisonous.