Bauhinia wrayi moultonii

Bauhinia wrayi Prain var. moultonii (Merr.) K. & S. S. Larsen

Morphological description (wrayi v moult Bauh Reinwf27 )
The leaves of this variety are very variable, broad ovate to orbicular, generally larger than in the other varieties, 4-9 cm across, and with the apex varying from entire, emarginate, to bifid; underside rusty pubescent, particularly on the nerves; nerves 7-13, prominent beneath. Pedicels and buds hairy.

Malesia: Sumatra, Borneo.

In swamp forest and on sandy soil, also on sandstone and heath forests, up to 800 m altitude.