Elattostachys microcarpa, commonly named Scrub Tamarind, is a species of rainforest trees of north-eastern Australia. They grow naturally in the relatively seasonal rainforests, which may have a drought season and often in association with Kauri Pine.
The name Elattostachys refers to "little spikes", a flower feature of other plants in this genus. The specific name microcarpa refers to the small woody seeds.
Elattostachys microcarpa Wikipedia
A tree up to 15 metres (50 ft) tall, with a stem diameter of up to 30 cm (12 in). Leaves pinnate and arranged alternately on the stem. Leaflet blades approximately 100×30 mm (3.9×1.2 in). Young shoots and terminal buds covered with short pale hairs.
Cream flowers form on panicle, followed by round pink or red fruit which split to reveal black glossy seeds