| Emmenosperma alphitonioides, Adolphia, Trymalium|Emmenosperma Wikipedia
Emmenosperma is a small genus of mostly tropical trees in the Buckthorn family, Rhamnaceae.
The name comes from the Greek "emmeno" meaning (I cleave) and "sperma", (seed). It refers to the seeds remaining after the fruit valves have fallen away.
The following species are recognised:Emmenosperma alphitonioides F.Muell. Australia
Emmenosperma cunninghamii Benth.
Emmenosperma micropetalum (A.C.Sm.) M.C.Johnst.
Emmenosperma pancherianum Baill.
Emmenosperma papuanum (Merr. & L.M.Perry) M.C.Johnst.