Wilkiea rigidifolia (A.C.Sm.) Whiffin & Foreman
Whiffin, T & Foreman, D. (2007) Flora of Australia 2: 451.
Oak grain in the wood and a corresponding pattern in the inner blaze.
Leaf blades usually quite large, about 13-20 x 6-9 cm, thick and leathery in texture; apex variable, sometimes ending in a point projecting from the midrib. Lateral veins forming loops inside the blade margin; marginal teeth, if present, quite stiff and sharp. Small oil dots visible with a lens. Oak grain in the twigs.
Cotyledons broadly ovate or oblong, conspicuously 3-veined. At the tenth leaf stage: leaf blade elliptic or elongate-elliptic, apex acute or acuminate, base cuneate or attenuate, margin serrate, teeth with a sharp apical point, 8-12 each side of the leaf blade, glabrous. Seed germination time 46 to 73 days.