Was wondering around a rainforest understorey by the side of a road when this lovely hairy plant caught my attention. I knew in an instant it was a member of the Coffee family because it had opposite leaves with a interpetiolar stipule (a little leaf-like appendage at the node where the two leaf stalks meet).
The strong veined hairy leaves led easily to the identification of the shrub as the Hairy Psychotria, Psychotria loniceroides.
The flowers were small and pretty attractive. On a whole I think this plant would make an awesome pot plant if it can be maintained in a pot.