Arytera lineosquamulata

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Arytera lineosquamulata


Tree c. 12 m high. Branchlets hairy when young; Leaf-lets opposite to subopposite, ovate to elliptic, 6.7-16.2 by 2.8-6 cm, index 2.2-2.8, not falcate, chartaceous to coriaceous, not punctate, upper surface glabrous, lower surface glabrous to sparsely hairy, especially on major nerves, colour slightly different from above; Leaves 1- or 2-jugate; Inflorescences axillary to pseudoterminal to ramiflorous on young branches, branching basally and along rachis; Flowers 1.5-3 mm in diameter. Petals 2-5, often more or less reduced, obovate to ovate to suborbicular, 0.3-1 by 0.2-0.7 mm, not punctate, claw 0.2-0.3 mm long, blade abruptly to gradually decurrent into claw, margin entire, (sub)pilose, apex obtuse to acute, outside (sub)glabrous, inside glabrous; Stamens 7 or 8; Ovary 2- (or 3-)locular; Fruits not observed.


Asia-Tropical, Australasia, Central Prov present, N Queensland present, Papua New Guinea present
Malesia: Papua New Guinea (Central Prov.); Australia: N Queensland.