Wetria australiensis P.I.Forst.
Forster, P.I. (1994) Austrobaileya 4: 141. Type: Queensland. Cook District: Cairns, Currunda Creek, 15 December 1991, C. Lyons 105 (holo: BRI).
Usually grows into a small tree but also flowers and fruits as a shrub.
Male flowers: Inflorescence up to 15 cm long, a spike of clusters, each cluster consisting of 2-3 flowers. Tepals ovate, about 2 x 2 mm. Stamens about 24. Filaments free, glabrous, about 0.5-2 mm long. Anthers globose, about 1 x 1 mm. Female flowers: Inflorescence up to 30 cm long, flowers about 4.5 mm diam. on pedicels 2-3.5 mm long. Tepals about 2-4 x 0.5-1 mm. Ovary globular, about 1 mm diam., densely hairy, styles three, each about 3 mm long, bifid for 1.5 mm at the apex.