Australian Tropical Rainforest Plants - Online edition
Suregada glomerulata (Blume) Baill.
Baillon, H.E. (1858) Etude Generale du Groupe des Euphorbiacees 1: 396.
Blaze odour resembling that of freshly shelled green peas (Pisum sativum).
Perianth persisting at the base of the fruits. Fruits depressed globular, about 8-10 x 12-13 mm, +/- ribbed longitudinally. Seeds +/- globular, about 4 mm diam. Cotyledons crumpled and folded.
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Occurs in NT and CYP. Restricted to a few localities in or near Arnhem Land in NT, and to the Iron Range area in CYP. Altitudinal range probably not great, from near sea level to 200 m. Grows in monsoon forest or rain forest fringing creeks and springs. Also occurs in Malesia.
Very restricted distribution in Queensland where is it is considered Vulnerable, more widespread in NT. Fell (2007).