Hypelate trifoliata, commonly known as white ironwood or inkwood, is a small tree in the soapberry family. It is native to extreme southern Florida and islands of the Caribbean. It has trifoliate leaves and produces small flowers in early summer.
Hypelate is a monotypic genus.
- Charles Sprague Sargent (1895). "The silva of North America: a description of the trees which grow naturally in North America exclusive of Mexico, Volume 2.". Retrieved 2013-12-13.