Form and Size: A small tree, 8-12m high, with thick branches; deciduous in the dry season
Distribution: Coastal scrubs of north-eastern Qld
Leaves: Pinnate, 10-30cm long, crowded at the ends of branches; 7-8 pairs of opposite leaflets, egg-shaped to lance-shaped, leathery, dark green above, paler beneath, unequal at the base, tip pointed, 4-8cm x 2-4cm
Flowers: Greenish-white, hairy, about 1cm diameter; borne in dense terminal panicles 20-30cm across
Flowering Period: Throughout the year
Fruit: Egg-shaped, rough, about 2.5cm diameter
Cultivation/Notes: Propagate from fresh seed which needs nicking or soaking to aid germination. Needs well drained soil and a sunny position.