Toechima daemelianum, commonly known as cape tamarind, is an evergreen tree from north-east Queensland in Australia.
It grows up to 13 metres high and a trunk which may be up to 20 cm wide.
Tree with branchlets, leaf rachises and peduncles usually rusty-villous.
The leaves have 4-10 leaflets, readily identified by the large conspicuous rounded teeth, resulting in a wavy appearance, each to 14.5 x 4.5 cm; terminal leaflet reduced to a small spine.
On the lower surface there are small domatia.
Inflorescence a panicle, to 30 cm long, petals 5 cream to 3.5 mm long, the 8 erect stamens are inserted around a disk and are exserted above the petals.
The fruit is a yellow to orange to red capsule to 2 x 2 cm, a yellow aril is present at the base of the black seeds.
Altitudinal range from sea level to 250 m.
Grows as an understory tree in gallery forest and drier, more seasonal rain forest.