This native mahogany tree is not a particularly well known species, or at least it must be considered so dreary as to not deserve a common name.
In some respects, this species looks more like a member of the Sapindaceae due to it’s alternate leaflets and even a ‘leaflet extension spine’, making it one of those species that you’d probably ‘know when you know’. The leaflets are somewhat glossy green on the underside and a only bit lighter in shade compared to the upperside. The midrib is raised on top.
The flowers some rather few. More on this when I espy some fruits