Mischocarpus macrocarpus S.T.Reynolds
Reynolds, S.T. () Flora of Australia 25: 200. Type: Millaa Millaa Lookout, State Forest Reserve 650, Qld, 17 deg 29 S, 145 deg 34 E, 1 June 1982, F.Crome 886; holo: BRI; iso: QRS.
Large Fruited Mischocarp
Usually encountered as a small tree to about 30 cm dbh but recorded to 50 cm dbh.
Twigs and compound leaf rhachis +/- glabrous at maturity, puberulous only when young, marked by longitudinal grooves. Leaflets about 4-6 in the compound leaf, each leaflet blade about 13-21 x 4.5-5.5 cm. Leaflet stalks swollen at their junction with the compound leaf rhachis. Reticulate veins forming a fine network on both the upper and lower surfaces. Lateral veins forming only obscure loops inside the blade margin. Midrib glabrous, raised in a groove on the upper surface.
Seed complete with aril is eaten by Fruit Pigeons. Cooper & Cooper (1994).