Mischocarpus exangulatus (F.Muell.) Radlk.
Radlkofer, L.A.T. (1879) Actes du Congres International de Botanistes .. Amsterdam for 1877 : 113.
Red Bell Mischocarp; Rex Tokoonja
Sapwood surface corrugated.
Younger leaf bearing twigs longitudinally grooved. Leaflets about 6-8 in the compound leaf, each leaflet blade about 5-18 x 1.5-8 cm. Midrib usually raised on the upper surface of the leaflet blades. Leaflet stalks quite short and swollen at their junction with the compound leaf rhachis. Domatia are foveoles but difficult to see on hairy leaves.
Petals about 3 x 1 mm. Stamens eight. Disk a continuous but wavy glabrous ring of tissue.
First few leaves simple, ovate. At the tenth leaf stage: leaf simple, trifoliolate or pinnate with 2 or 4 leaflets, leaflet blades ovate, apex acuminate-mucronate, glabrous; small or large foveoles sometimes present on the underside; petiole and rhachis of compound leaf clothed in short prostrate hairs. Seed germination time 27 to 103 days.
Victoria's Riflebird extract the aril covered seed and then usually only swallow the aril. Cooper & Cooper (1994).