Dodonaea sinuolata J.G.West APNI*
Description: Shrub to 3 m high.
Leaves imparipinnate, usually 2–4 cm long; lateral leaflets usually 6–14, linear, 5–15.5 mm long, 1–2 mm wide; apex broad acute to obtuse, base attenuate, margins irregularly and finely sinuate to entire, terminal leaflet shorter and lobe-like; petiole 6–13 mm long.
Flowers in 3–6-flowered axillary cymes; pedicels 4.5–10 mm long. Sepals not persistent.
Capsule 3- or rarely 4-winged, 9.5–13 mm long, 10–15 mm wide, glabrous; wings 3–5.5 mm wide, leathery.
Distribution and occurrence: in rocky sites in open forest or woodland; north from the Hunter Valley and the Warrumbungle Mtns.
NSW subdivisions: NC, CT, NWS, CWS, NWP, SWP
Other Australian states: Qld
Text by P. G. Wilson & J. A. Scott
| ||Key to the subspecies|| |
|1||Leaves usually 1.5–2.5 cm long; leaflets linear or rarely narrow-oblong, apices obtuse to broadly acute; petiole usually 8–12 mm long||subsp. sinuolata|
|Leaves usually 2–3 cm long; leaflets oblanceolate to narrow-obtriangular, apices obtuse to broadly acute; petiole usually 11.5–17 mm long||subsp. acrodentata|
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