Pseudoweinmannia lachnocarpa—Rose Marara, Mararie, Scrub Rosewood, Red Carabeen—CUNONICEAE

Pseudoweinmannia lachnocarpa

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Habitat—Grows in most warmer types of Rainforest on more fertile soils.

Distribution— North from the Richmond River in New South Wales and into Queensland.

Description— Small to large buttressed tree.

Local occurrences

Raintrees Diamond Beach.

Leaves.— Compound, opposite, toothed, 3–foliolate, leaflets lanceolate or elliptic to oblanceolate, 3 to 15 cm long, 1 to 5 cm wide, glabrous; petiole 10 to 40 mm long, petiolules 0 to 5 mm long; stipules lanceolate, 3 to 5 mm long, falling early.

Pseudoweinmannia lachnocarpa
Pseudoweinmannia lachnocarpa

Inflorescence.—Racemes c. 5 cm long. Sepals 2 to 3 mm long, persistent. Stamens 12 to 20.

Flowering.—Spring

Fruit.—Capsule ovoid, c. 5 mm long, densely brown–tomentose

Ripe.—Summer

Pseudoweinmannia lachnocarpa