This species is very closely related to Endiandra pubens , but flowering specimens can be readily distinguished by the staminal glands which are present on Endiandra insignis but absent on Endiandra pubens[
Cryptocarya insignis F.M.Bailey
Endiandra exostemonea F.Muell.
Endiandra insignis is a tree that can grow up to 25 metres tall. The bole is sometimes buttressed[
The trees are harvested from the wild for their wood, a useful general purpose timber marketed as 'hairy walnut'[
Australai - northeast Queensland.
Well-developed rain forests, in soils derived from a variety of rock types but reaches best development in soils derived from basalt; at elevations from sea level to 1,000 metres[
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The wood is a useful general purpose timber[
Seedlings exhibit a thick tap root[
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