Rockinghamia angustifolia (Benth.) Airy Shaw
Airy Shaw, H.K. (1967) Kew Bulletin 20: 29.
Kamala; Mountain Kamala; Rockinghamia
Leaf blades about 11-19 x 4-5-7.5 cm, clustered towards the end of the twigs in groups of 3-6, with sections of twigs completely devoid of leaves and not showing any leaf scars. Midrib and lateral veins raised on the upper surface.
Cotyledons +/- obovate, about 10-12 mm long, with three or more veins radiating from the base. At the tenth leaf stage: leaf blade narrowly elliptic or ovoid, margin crenate, midrib raised on the upper surface; oil dots visible with a lens; stipules small and hairy. Seed germination time 17 to 21 days.
Seeds eaten by King Parrots. Cooper & Cooper (1994).