Meiogyne cylindrocarpa (Burck) Heusden
Heusden, E.C.H. van (1994) Blumea 38(2): 499.
A small tree less than 30 cm dbh. Blaze finely layered with fibrous stripes in the outer blaze.
Inflorescence 1-4 flowered, appear terminal or axillary, solitary. Flowers 12-13 mm across. Bracts 3-5, about 0.7-2 x 0.8-1.4 mm. Pedicels about 4-7 mm long, pubescent. Sepals depressed ovate to ovate, about 1-3 x 1-3.5 mm, pubescent outside, glabrous inside. Petals slightly imbricate or valvate (?) at the apex, spreading, narrowly to broadly (triangular-)ovate to elliptic. Outer 3 petals about 5-22 x 3-8 mm wide. Inner 3 petals about 5-16 x 3-6.5 mm, pubescent on both sides. Stamens ca. 28, about 1.2-2 mm long, apex shield-like, elongated in the inner whorl. Ovaries 2-14, densely hairy. Ovules 6 or 7 per ovary. Stigma globose to discoid or to oblong-obovoid, fleshy, sparsely hairy or glabrous.
First pair of leaves shortly petiolate, alternate, ovate, margins smooth, mainly glabrous. Small oil dots visible with a lens. Stem clothed in cream or pale brown hairs. At the tenth leaf stage: leaves ovate or lanceolate, apex acute or acuminate, base obtuse or cuneate; petioles short, pubescent. Seed germination time 115 to 199 days.