Cupaniopsis bullata

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Cupaniopsis bullata


Small tree. Leaves c. 10-jugate; Inflorescences axillary, 1 or 2 per axil, 19.5-35 cm long, with long patent branches, laxly flowered; Sepals persisting, reflexed at anthesis, outside appressed-hairy, inside with scattered hairs, outer broad-ovate, 2.4 by 1.9 mm, scarious rim narrow, inner orbicular, 3.6 by 2.6 mm, scarious rim wide. Petals pink, elliptic, 1.9-2.4 by 1-1.1 mm, outside with a tuft of appressed hairs at the base, margin with few glands, inside glabrous; Stamens 8, exserted; Fruits orange-brown, 3-celled;


Asia-Tropical, Central Prov present, Papua New Guinea present
Malesia: Papua New Guinea (Central Prov.).


Only known from the type, which has male flowers and fruits.