Alectryon coriaceus - Beach Alectryron
Family: Sapindaceae

The fruits look like birds' eyes and are dispersed by frugivorous birds.
The leaves are alternate with leaflets usually in pairs, or 3's or 4's.
The rounded or notched leaflet tip and prominent veins and very pale undersurface are characteristic.
This is a strictly coastal shrub, 1-5m in height.
It occurs commonly in littoral rainforests often right on the beach front.

Seeds readily germinate if collected very fresh, freed from the aril and soaked before sowing.