Macaranga tessellata var. glabrescens is described from calcareous habitats in Papua New Guinea's southern region. The new variety is distinguished from the nominate form by its narrowly elliptic leaves, solitary female flowers, and glabrous calyces. Distributional records are also reported for Acronychia cartilaginea, Glochidion beehleri, and Psychotria matambuaii, formerly known only from their type localities.
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