Psydrax lamprophylla f. latissima S.T.Reynolds & R.J.F.Hend.
Reynolds, S.T. & Henderson, R.J.F. (2004) Austrobaileya 6(4): 847-848. Type: Queensland. North Kennedy District: about 7 km W of Palume, 19 0-S, 146 0-E, 20 July 1986, G. Duff 18 (holo: BRI).
Large Leaved Canthium; Shiny Leaved Canthium; Inland Native Coffee; Canthium
Sapwood surface corrugated. Hard, brittle, brown or orange stripes in the blaze. Blaze darkens markedly on exposure.
Calyx lobes short but obvious. Corolla tube about 2-3 mm long, lobes about 2-4 mm long. A distinct, dense ring of downward pointing hairs near the apex of the corolla tube, glabrous elsewhere. Corolla lobes glabrous except for the minutely papillose margins. Stigma peltate, +/- mitriform, 2-lipped at the apex.
Cotyledons linear, about 14-22 x 4 mm. Cotyledonary stipules interpetiolar, more than 1 mm long, curving downwards. Stem hairy below the first pair of leaves. At the tenth leaf stage: leaf blade elliptic, apex acute, base cuneate; midrib raised on the upper surface; stipules narrowly triangular, drawn out into a narrow point at the apex, interpetiolar, puberulous on the outer surface. Seed germination time 27 to 47 days.