|Common Name(s)||Northern Bean Tree, Red Bauhinia, Queensland Ebony|
|Family||Fabaceae, Subfamily Caesalpinioideae|
Lysiphyllum carronii is utilised in small quantities within Queensland mine rehabilitation, however it stores well which increases the viability of harvesting worthwhile quantities within heavier cropping years. The pods are papery. The seed is smaller yet more fragile than seed of L. hookeri. Care is required not to break seed in threshing processes.
Mostly confined to Queensland besides extending a small distance into neghbouring states in several places. A more inland idtsribution than for L. hookeri.