Macaranga inamoena Benth.
Bentham, G. (1873) Flora Australiensis 6: 145. Type: Queensland. Rockingham Bay, Dallachy.
MACARANGA; Buff Macaranga
Leaf bearing twigs and petioles clothed in pale brown, erect hairs. Numerous small, pale yellow or red dots or glands visible with a lens or the naked eye on the underside of the leaf blade. Two flat glands normally visible on the upper surface of the leaf blade, close to its junction with the petiole. Leaf blades about 7.5-20 x 3-5.5 cm.
Cotyledons elliptic or obovate, about 10-12 x 8 mm, hairy on the upper surface. At the tenth leaf stage: leaf blade elliptic, apex acuminate, base auriculate, upper surface with a few hairs along the midrib and main lateral veins, undersurface with many red glands, margins dentate, teeth more prominent in the upper half of the leaf blade; petiole hairy, terminal bud clothed in rusty brown stellate hairs. Seed germination time 57 days.