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Cupaniopsis dallachyi S.T.Reynolds, Fl. Australia 25: 199 (1985)

T: Jaggan, near Malanda, (17°23'S 145°36'E), Qld, 30 Sept. 1980, G.C.Stocker 1773 ; holo: BRI; iso: QRS.

Tree. Branchlets, leaf axes and peduncles finely rusty puberulent to glabrescent, lenticellate. Leaf rachis 5.5–17.5 cm long; leaflets 4–14, elliptic-oblong to obovate, obtuse, subretuse, entire, oblique and obtuse or ±acute at base, 6–13 cm long, 3–5.5 cm wide, glabrous, drying thick, domatia small, usually present along whole midrib; petiolules 5–12 mm long, petiole 2–5.5 cm long. Flowers not seen. Infructescence 12–25 cm long. Fruit shortly stipitate, obovoid to ellipsoidal, brown, drying slightly carinate at sutures, 2–3 cm long, 2–2.5 diam., glabrous; valves thick, red-brown crispate-tomentose inside. Seed covered in brown aril. 

Occurs in N Qld from near Daintree to S of Ravenshoe. Grows in rainforest. Map 70.

Qld: State Forest Reserve 251, S of Ravenshoe, B.Gray 1037 (BRI); State Forest Reserve 78, near Daintree, B.P.M.Hyland 3485 (BRI).

Cupaniopsis dallachyi is close to C. anacardioides differing chiefly by the presence of small domatia along midrib.

(S.T.Reynolds)

 

Data derived from Flora of Australia Volume 25 (1985), a product of ABRS, ©Commonwealth of Australia