Pseuduvaria mulgraveana var. glabrescens Jessup
Jessup, L.W. (1984) Austrobaileya 2(3): 312. Type: Qld, Cook District: near Shoteel Creek, Clohesy River, 16 deg 56 S, 145 deg 36 E, 27 Nov 1984, L.W.Jessup 590 (female) (holo: BRI; iso: QRS.
Pedicels about 30-40 mm long, submedial bract about 0.5-1 mm long. Calyx lobes broadly ovate, about 1.5-2.2 mm long, puberulent outside, glabrous inside. Outer petals free, obovate to suborbicular, about 6-8 x 6-8 mm, puberulent outside, glabrous inside; inner petals puberulent outside, glabrous inside, forming a dome about 10-14 x 10.5-13 mm, by fusion of the apices and lateral margins. Anthers sessile, about 1.1-1.3 x 0.8-1 mm. Ovaries about 28, ovules 1 or 2 per ovary.
First pair of true leaves alternate, shortly petiolate, ovate, margins smooth, sparsely pubescent to almost glabrous. Oil dots visible with a lens. Stem clothed in pale brown +/- erect hairs. At the tenth leaf stage: leaves ovate-elliptic or obovate, apex acuminate, base obtuse, hairy on the upper surface at least along the midrib; small oil dots visible with a lens; petioles hairy. Seed germination time 45 to 59 days.
Food plant for the larval stages of the Green Spotted Triangle Butterfly. Sankowsky & Neilsen (2000).