This is a very attractive climber of rainforest endemic to Queensland. This species is recognizable by the three nearved leaves, scrambling habit and clusters of pink fruit. Some of the anthers (structures that bear the pollen grains) have a curved ‘claw-like’ appearance.
This species is a relative of the highly ornamental tropical climber Medinilla magnifica of the Philippines, which is planted widely in tropical gardens.
I will not start to speculate on what the specific epithet means.