Pleioluma pilosa Jessup
Jessup, L.W. (2019) Austrobaileya 10(3): 343. Type: Queensland. COOK DISTRICT: Wooroonooran National Park, along track to Towalla Mine, 17 January 2014, A. Ford AF6291 & W. Cooper (holo: BRI).
Leaves with petiole channelled above, (6–)8–12(–17) mm long; lamina obovate or broadly elliptic to almost orbicular, 2–7(–12) cm long, 1.5–4(–6) cm wide, adult foliage with apex obtuse or rounded, base obtuse and recurved margins, juvenile foliage with apex oblanceolate and acuminate, base acute or attenuate and flat margins, at first densely tomentose with tortuous and erect reddish brown trichomes, the upper surface nearly glabrous at full expansion, the lower surface with mostly erect 2 or rarely 3-branched trichomes, glabrescent and nearly glabrous when older; secondary veins (4–)6–9 pairs, impressed above, conspicuous below; tertiary veins oblique, obscure above and slightly less so below.
Flowers 1–3 in leaf axils; pedicels (12–)15–18 mm long, with reddish brown tortuous and erect trichomes. Calyx lobes narrowly ovate, 4–5 mm long, acute, reddish brown tomentose on outside, sericeous on inside. Corolla 8.8–9.2 mm long, lobes suborbicular, 2.5–3 mm long, ciliate on distal margin, the corolla is elsewhere glabrous. Stamens 2.5–3 mm long, filaments 1.6–1.8 mm long, attached near the middle of the corolla tube, anthers c. 1.6 mm long. Disk indistinct, sericeous. Ovary ovoid-conical, c. 2.5 mm long, appressed pubescent and tapering to the conical style; style c. 7.5 mm long, appressed pubescent on lower half.
Fruit not seen.
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