Ryparosa kurrangii B.L.Webber
Webber, B.L. & Woodrow, I.E. (2006) Australian Systematic Botany 19(6): 566-567. Type: Australia, Queensland, Cook District, Daintree NP, Mt Hutchinson [description abbreviated], (16 12S, 145 25E), Webber, B.L. & Curtis A.S.O., BW 017, 12.iv.2003 (holo: MELU [D102277]; isotypes: BO, CANB, K, L, QRS).
Calyx closed in the bud, 3-4 lobed at anthesis, about 2-2.5 mm long. Petals with a hairy ovate scale (about 1.5-2 mm long) on the inner surface at the base, petals about 3-4.5 x 2.5 mm. Male flowers: Staminal column about 4 mm long, anthers about 2 mm long. Female flowers: Staminodes present, ovary sessile, densely hairy, styles very short or absent, stigmas two or three.
The name Ryparosa javanica was previously misapplied to this species.