Archidendron arborescens

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Archidendron arborescens

Description

Tree to 30 m high. Branchlets terete, brownish, distal parts densely puberulous by brown hairs. Leaves: Stipules and stipular glands not seen. Inflorescences terminal, densely puberulous, consisting of pedunculate glomerules aggregated into panicles to 40 by 40 cm; Flowers pentamerous, bisexual. Stamens white, up to 20 mm, tube equalling the corolla-tube. Ovary solitary, pilose, subsessile. Seeds black, ovate-ellipsoid, c. 12 by 4 mm.

Distribution

Asia-Tropical, Papua New Guinea present
Malesia: Papua New Guinea.

Notes

The collections from montane areas have short peduncles, up to 2.5 mm; the normal length of the peduncles is up to 5 mm long.

Citation

Verdc., Manual New Guin. Legum. 1979: 213