Phyllanthus subcrenulatus F.Muell.
Mueller, F.J.H. von (1859) Fragmenta Phytographiae Australiae 1(5): 108. Type: "In silvis Australiae orientalis subtropicae."
Shrub to 2 m tall, often less than 1 m; branchlets angular. Plants glabrous.
Inflorescence axillary, flowers solitary or in few-flowered clusters or fascicles. Flowers unisexual, up to 3 mm diameter, and plants monoecious. Peduncle ca. 3 mm long, lengthening to 10 mm long in fruit. Tepals 6, in two whorls, yellowish to green with transluscent margins. Male flowers with 3 stamens, free. Female flowers with a 3-locular superior ovary, styles 3 and each deeply bifid.
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Occurs in CEQ near Eungella and southwards to New South Wales. Altitudinal range from about 200 m to 1000 m. Grows in drier rain forest.