This Brachychiton looks very similar to most other of this species except perhaps for the lumpy shell casing and the bright yellow colouring of the seeds. As a shrub it can grow between 2 and 7 metres in height. This particular one, which has no real common name apart from Brachychiton, is very restricted to a small area around the Northern Territory and Western Australian border region.
It should be handled carefully as the seeds inside the seed pod are covered in small stiff hairs which should be kept well away from the eyes and nose when extracting from the . . .