Nothoalsomitra suberosa is a species of subtropical vines in the family Cucurbitaceae, the only member of the monotypic genus Nothoalsomitra. Native to Australia, the species is a vigorous climber with pale corky bark and leaves divided into three triangular leaflets. Flowers have a yellow corolla with five petals. Fruits are a green and ovoid with numerous seeds. N. suberosa is listed as rare and is restricted to wet sclerophyll forest and sub-tropical rainforest in the D'Aguilar Range, Blackall Range and Conondale ranges north of Brisbane.
This plant was once placed in the related genus Neoalsomitra.
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