Albizia longepedata (Pitt.) Britt. & Rose Deciduous tree, to 15 m tall, tomentose to sparsely tomentose all over. Leaves bipinnate with 3-5 pairs of pinnae; petioles 3-6 cm long with a round sessile gland near the middle of upper surface; stipules acicular, caducous; rachis 7-15 cm long, usually with a sessile gland at insertion of each pair of pinnae; pinnular rachis 8-12 cm long, with similar glands at insertion of each pair of leaflets; leaflets in 3-7 pairs per pinna, variable, ovate to obovate, asymmetrical, rounded or emarginate at apex, obtuse and inequilateral at base, 1.5-3 (4) cm long, 1-2 (2.5) cm wide. Inflorescences 1-3, subterminal in axils; peduncles 3-7 (9) cm long; pedicels 8-20 mm long; bracts linear, caducous, small; flowers in dense umbels, dimorphic, the central flower large and sessile; calyx 5-7 mm long (10 mm long in central flower), the lobes acute, ca 1 mm long; corolla green, 8-11 mm long (20 mm long in central flower), the lobes acute, ca 2 mm long, glabrous inside; stamens long-exserted, ca 2 cm long, white, the staminal tube included. Legumes oblong-linear, flat, 15-20 cm long, 2-3.5 cm wide, markedly short-pubescent, with a narrow marginal rib, tardily dehiscent. Croat 8707. Apparently rare, known only from the cove between Slothia Island and Colorado Point. Flowers from December to March, in the early dry season. The fruits mature from January to May. Leaves are lost in the early dry season.