Senna timoriensis (DC.) H.S.Irwin & Barneby
Irwin, H.S. & Barneby, R.C. (1982) Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 13 35: 98.
Haringhing; Eheng; Kajoo Pelen
Usually flowers and fruits as a shrub or small tree 2-6 m tall.
Stipules +/- awl-shaped, about 2-3 mm long. Leaflet blades about 30-40 x 10-13 mm, lateral veins readily visible with a lens. Compound leaf rhachis, petioles and particularly the terminal buds and young shoots clothed in yellow or golden hairs. Leaflets aristate, the hair-like appendage about 1 mm long.
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Overseas this species grows to tree proportions and leaflets are described as being larger than those from Queensland collections. An ornamental species, unlikely to be of grazing significance; it has been used for medicinal purposes in SE Asia. Hacker (1990).