Flowers appearing with the young or mature leaves, in axillary paniculate cymes up to 15 cm. long; side-branches short; branches of inflorescence densely pubescent; bracteoles c. 4 mm. long, caducous, brown, pubescent; pedicels clustered, very short or flowers sessile.
Leaves pinnate; petiole up to 8 (10) cm. long, pubescent; leaflets 2–4-jugate, up to 9·5 × 4 cm., oblong, narrowly ovate-elliptic or elliptic, apex acute or subacute, margin entire, base rounded (cuneate in terminal leaflet), scabrous above, harshly and densely pubescent below; petiolules up to 1 mm. long, densely pubescent.
Calyx c. 3·5 mm. long, cylindric-campanulate, lobed to rather more than half-way, densely pubescent outside.
Fruit c. 2 × 1·2 cm., ellipsoid, pubescent; pseudaril cupular, very fleshy, clasping the lowest third of the endocarp, with 4 short lobes or undulations; endocarp c. 1·5 × 1 cm., ellipsoid, smooth, both faces moderately convex.
Shrub or small tree up to 10 m. tall; bark pale grey, smooth, under layer green peeling; young branches densely pubescent.
Stamen-filaments slender, broadening and flattening somewhat towards the base.
Flowers greenish yellow, fragrant, appearing just before or with the young leaves.
Leaves densely pubescent beneath, up to 22 cm. long including a petiole of up to 6 cm., 3–9(–11)-foliolate; leaflets up to 7 cm. long and 3 cm. wide on petiolules under 1.5 mm. long.
Shrub, usually branching from the base though sometimes described as a small tree 2–7–8(–10) m. tall; bark pale grey, smooth; slash dull red or layered red and orange, rather rough; exudate not or but faintly scented, scanty or sometimes more copious and milky; young stems densely pubescent, fluted, 3–4 mm. in diameter.
Inflorescence densely pubescent, the ♂ a narrow spiciform interrupted panicle consisting of clusters of cymes on an axis up to 15 cm. long including a peduncle up to 35 mm. long; bracts linear-lanceolate, up to 4 mm.; pedicels 1–3 mm. long; receptacle cup-shaped, ± 0.8 mm. wide and deep; calyx densely pubescent, ± 2 mm. long, divided ± halfway into acute ovate lobes; petals oblong, glabrous, 4–5 mm. long; filaments 3 and 2 mm., anthers 0.7 and 0.6 mm. long. Female inflorescence much shorter, under 25 mm. long.
Fruit-stalk 10–20(–60) mm. long of which the pedicel is under 2 mm.; fruit pubescent, elliptic-ovoid, ± 20 × 8 × (7 + 8) mm.; pericarp 2-valved, very fleshy, ± 3 mm. thick; pseudaril cupular, with 4 broadly triangular lobes; stone smooth, ellipsoid, gently rounded on both sides, ± 15 × 9 × (2 + 3–4) mm.
Many-stemmed shrub or small tree, up to 6 m high. Bark flaking in small yellowish, papery pieces. Leaves pinnate, pubescent but scabrous above, greyish green; leaflets narrowly elliptic to ovate, (30-)50(-65) x (20-)22(-30) mm, margin entire. Flowers yellowish green.
Dioecious many-stemmed shrub or small tree 2-6 m tall; bark light grey, smooth or flaking in small yellowish papery pieces; young branchlets densely pubescent, obtuse. Leaves pinnate, 2-6-jugate, pubescent, but scabrous above, greyish green; petiole 30-80 mm long, with medullary vascular bundles; leaflets narrowly elliptic to narrowly ovate, (30-)50(-65) x (20-)22(-30) mm; petiolules 4-10 mm long; margin usually entire, seldom finely crenate-serrate, apex acute or rounded, base obtuse. Inflorescence: compound dichasial cymes or thyrsoid up to 150 mm long, pubescent. Flowers unisexual, perigynous. Pedicel 1.0-1.5 mm long, pedicel, calyx and hypanthium pubescent. Disc much reduced without distinct lobes, adnate to hypanthium. Stamens 8. Fruit subglobose, ±24 x 23 x 23 mm, pilose; putamen smooth; pseudo-aril red, cupular with 4 short lobes, covering lower third of putamen.