Flindersia brayleyana (Queensland maple) – Tube stock


Altitudinal range from near sea level to 1150 m. Grows in well developed rain forest on a variety of sites but reaches its best development in upland and mountain rain forest.

6 in stock



Bark frequently marked with vertical lines or fissures containing lenticels.

Leaflet blades about 8-18.5 x 3.3-7.5 cm. Oil dots numerous and conspicuous, almost touching one another. Midrib slightly raised on the upper surface.

Sepals ovate-triangular, about 0.5 mm long. Petals oblongelliptic to elliptic, about 2.5-3.5 mm long. Hairs on petals simple, rarely absent. Glandular disk bright orange, flouncedOvary clothed with appressed, simple hairs. Ovules 1 on each side of the placenta.

Capsules about 6-10 cm long, outer surface almost smooth or shallowly sculptured. Seeds winged at both ends, radicle terminal. Remains of the fruit frequently present under large trees.

Cotyledons oblong, about 4-6 x 2 cm. Oil dots clearly visible with a lens. First pair of leaves simple, elliptic, then usually at least one trifoliolate leaf before the tenth leaf stage. At the tenth leaf stage: leaflet blades elliptic, glabrous, veins about 7-10 each side of the midrib; oil dots visible to the naked eye; stalk of the middle leaflet longer than those of the lateral leafletsSeed germination time 8 to 14 days.


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