Amylotheca Tiegh.

2 species in Aust. (1 endemic); Qld, NSW

Amylotheca dictyophleba (F.Muell.) Tiegh.

Epiphytic, parasitic shrub. Leaves mostly opposite, broad-obovate to orbicular or oblong-elliptic, obtuse, narrowed into a distinct petiole, up to 12 cm long; venation often strongly reticulate. Peduncles axillary, c. 1 cm long, each with 3–4 shorter 3-flowered branches. Perianth segments connate for c. three-quarters of their length into a scarcely dilated straight tube which is often split on the upper side. Parasitic on rainforest trees. Coast and adjacent plateaus. RF. Fl. summer