Parsonsia wildensis J.B.Williams
Williams, J.B. (1996) Flora Australia 28: 319. Type: Queensland, Wild River, below Herberton water intake,2 Apr. 1990, B. Gray 5184; holo:QRS; iso: BISH, CANB, DNA, K, L, MEL, MO, NSW, PERTH.
A slender vine not exceeding a stem diameter of 2 cm.
Twigs and petioles produce a small amount of clear(?) exudate. Leaf blades about 3.2-7.5 x 0.8-2.8 cm, petioles about 0.2-1 cm long, grooved on the upper surface. Small glands resembling tiny stipules visible on the twigs between the petiole bases. Twigs and petioles clothed in very short hairs which are just visible with a lens.
Flowers about 7-8 mm diam. Calyx lobes about 3 x 1 mm. Corolla tube about 3 mm long, slightly inflated about the middle, inner surface clothed in hairs. Corolla lobes about 4 mm long. Stamens attached close to the base of the corolla tube, anthers about 4 mm long, fused forming a cone around the style. Carpels surrounded by a ring of green glands, each about 1 mm long.
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