Sapindaceae | Mischocarpus
3. Mischocarpus hainanensis H. S. Lo; Fl. Hainan. 3: 574. 1974.
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Shrubs; sometimes small trees; usually ca. 2 m tall. Branches dark red; strong; stout; subglabrous; with scattered orbicular lenticels. Leaves with petiole 13-20 cm; axis terete; slightly ridged adaxially; concolorous with branches; leaflets (2 or)3- or 4-jugate; opposite or subopposite; petiolules 1-1.5 cm; strong; stout; blades elliptic or oblong-elliptic; sometimes elliptic-lanceolate; 17-25 x 3-7.5 cm; leathery; glabrous; reticulate veins honeycombed when dry; lateral veins 12-14 pairs; netted near margin; apex cuspidate; mucronate or slightly concave. Flowers not seen. Infructescences almost without peduncles; branched near base; rachis and branches stout; golden pubescent. Capsules few; yellow; pear-shaped; part bearing seed 1.4-1.5 cm wide; often 2-loculed; each locule with 1 subglobose seed. Fr. Apr-May.
? Forests. Hainan.