Melicope broadbentiana F.M.Bailey
Bailey, F.M. (1891) Queensland Department of Agriculture and Stock. Botany Bulletin 2: 9. Type: Palm Camp (4,000 feet altitude), Bellenden-Ker, F. M. Bailey; holo: BRI; iso: MEL.
Euodia, False; False Euodia
Usually grows into a small tree not exceeding 30 cm dbh but also flowers and fruits as a shrub.
Inflorescence not exceeding the leaves and usually much shorter than the petioles. Petals glabrous, about 3.5 mm long, oil dots numerous and conspicuous when viewed with a lens. Four short staminodes alternating with the four longer stamens. Staminal filaments hairy. Disk at the base of the ovary but not enclosing it. Style glabrous.
Ripe fruit complete with shiny blue-black seeds are used as a bower decoration by the Golden Bowerbird. Cooper & Cooper (1994).