PNGTrees – Acronychia pullei Lauterb.
Barry Conn (NSW) & Kipiro Damas (LAE).
Copyright held by the authors, Royal Botanic Gardens and Domain Trust, and Papua New Guinea National Herbarium
Botanische Jahrbücher für Systematik, Pflanzengeschichte und Pflanzengeographie Vol. 55: 251 (1918)
Leaves: Spaced along branches <internodes readily visible>. Leaves spiral, compound; petiole present, not winged, attached to base of leaf blade <not peltate>, swollen <at tip, or base, or both> leaves with three leaflets; petiolule not swollen; each leaflet broadest at or near middle, 2.5-5.0 cm long, 1.0-1.8 cm wide, leaflets arranged from one point, asymmetric, terminal developing leaflet buds straight; venation pinnate <secondary veins arising from the midrib along its length>, secondary veins open <spaced far apart to easily see tertiary veins>, not prominent, but visible, intramarginal veins absent; hairs absent, domatia absent; stipules absent.
Flowers: Inflorescence axillary <from between a leaf and branch>. Flowers on a branched axis; flowers stalked, 5.0-8.0 mm long, small (< or =10 mm diam.) 3-6 mm diam.; perianth present, with distinct sepals and petals, white; inner perianth 4, free; stamens 8, filaments present, joined <connate>, free of perianth; ovary superior <seated above petals and sepals; hypogenous>.
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