Jagera pseudorhus (A.Rich.) Radlk. var. pseudorhus
Reynolds, S.T. (1981) Austrobaileya 1(4): 409.
Pink Foambark; Tamarind, Pink; Pink Tamarind; Foambark Tree; Foambark; Ferntree; Ferntop; Tamarind
Usually a small tree but sometimes exceeding 30 cm dbh. Raised, horizontal leaf scars often visible on the stem.
Leaflet stalks very short. Leaflet blades about 1.5-11 x 0.5-3 cm, unequal-sided particularly at the base. Young shoots and young twigs hairy and longitudinally grooved. Midrib hairy and raised on the upper surface of the leaflet blades.
Capsules about 15 x 15 mm, 3-valved, hairy inside and out. Seeds about 7-8 x 4-5 mm, aril small and basal.
Cotyledons linear, fleshy, venation obscure. First pair of leaves compound, ending in a lobed terminal leaflet, petiole and rhachis narrowly winged. At the tenth leaf stage: leaflet blades narrowly ovate, slightly unequal-sided, apex acuminate, margin often serrate, teeth absent or 1-8 on each side of the leaflet blade; upper surface hairy at least along the midrib, petiole and rhachis hairy and very narrowly winged. Seed germination time 32 to 88 days.