Also known as the Brown Quandong or Coorangooloo Quandong, this tree has a most interesting disjunct distribution with populations up to over 200km apart. It is found only in Mt Windsor, then the Atherton Tableland and then in Paluma. There was once an individual that could be easily admired near an old bridge just before entering the town of Atherton.
The leaves are somewhat leathery and possesses domatia at the lateral vein-midrib junctions, but not on all leaves. I look forward to seeing some fruits.