Psychotria daphnoides var. angustifolia Benth.
Bentham, G. (1867) Flora Australiensis 3: 428. Type: Queensland, Bowman.
Usually flowers and fruits as a shrub about 1-2 m tall.
Calyx lobes are reduced to small teeth. Corolla tube about 4 mm long, densely septate hairy on the inner surface at least in the area of stamen attachment. Corolla lobes about 2 mm long, inflexed at the tip. Disk comparatively large, white and fleshy protruding well above the hypanthium. Pollen white. Style glabrous, divided for much of its length.
Cotyledons about 10-13 x 7-11 mm, stipulate, the intercotyledonary stipules about 1-2 mm long. First pair of leaves opposite and stipulate. At the tenth leaf stage: leaf blade linear, about 8-10 x 1 cm, margin thickened. Petiole very short or nil. Stipules about 5-8 mm long, interpetiolar, encircling the stem, 4-lobed at the apex, i.e. bifid between each pair of leaves. Stem clothed in white or pale brown hairs. Seed germination time 75 to 89 days.