Randia audasii C.T.White
White, C.T. (1936) Proceedings of the Royal Society of Queensland 47: 64. Type: Mowbray River, alt. 1,000ft., on rain-forest borders, L.J. Brass, No. 1956; (type; flowering speciments ); Jan. 19.
A small tree not exceeding 30 cm dbh.
Calyx lobes small and inconspicuous. Flowers quite large, corolla tube about 30 mm long, pubescent on the inner surface, corolla lobes about 30 mm long. Anthers sessile, exserted, 10-11 mm long, attached to the throat of the corolla tube. Style + stigma about 40 mm long, swollen part about 7 mm long, stigmatic lobes nil or up to 1 mm long.
Cotyledons +/- orbicular, about 8-10 mm long. At the tenth leaf stage: leaf blade obovate, apex acute or acuminate, base attenuate, upper surface glabrous, lower surface usually with small foveoles filled with hairs; stipules interpetiolar, triangular, apex acuminate. Seed germination time 28 to 74 days.
A well formed tree with white perfumed flowers and fruit that are orange when ripe. Not well known but deserving a place in tropical horticulture.