Bauhinia wrayi wrayi

Bauhinia wrayi Prain var. wrayi

Morphological description
The typical variety is recognizable by leaves ovate, entire, 3-7 cm long, 5-nerved, nerves thin beneath; apex acuminate, base truncate to shallowly cordate, lower surface appressed rusty pubescent later glabrescent or glabrous; pedicels and buds glabrous or sparsely pubescent.

Malesia: Sumatra, peninsular Malaysia.

In various types of forests and open land, usually at lower altitudes.

Vernacular name
Lorsy (Bisaya).

Var. sumatrana was described from Bengkulu Range, Lubok Tandai. It is quite different from the Sumatra collections from Leuser National Park, which Larsen & Larsen (1996: 531) have described as var. blumeana .