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Brachychiton paradoxus

Brachychiton paradoxus, commonly known as the red-flowered kurrajong, is a small tree of the genus Brachychiton found in northern Australia. It was originally classified in the family Sterculiaceae, which is now within Malvaceae.

                                               

Brachychiton rupestris

Brachychiton rupestris, commonly known as the narrow-leaved bottle tree or Queensland bottle tree, is a tree in the family Malvaceae native to Queensland, Australia. Discovered and described by Sir Thomas Mitchell and John Lindley in 1848, it gai ...

                                               

Brahea armata

Brahea armata, commonly known as Mexican blue palm or blue hesper palm, is a large evergreen tree of the palm family Arecaceae, native to Baja California, Mexico. It is widely planted as an ornamental. It grows to a height of 15 meters 49 feet, w ...

                                               

Bursaria spinosa

Bursaria spinosa is a small tree or shrub in the family Pittosporaceae. The species occurs mainly in the eastern and southern half of Australia and not in Western Australia and the Northern Territory. Reaching 10 m high, it bears fragrant white f ...

                                               

Callitris columellaris

Callitris columellaris is a species of coniferous tree in the family Cupressaceae, native to most of Australia. Common names include White Cypress-pine, Murray River Cypress-pine, and Northern Cypress-pine. Callitris columellaris has become natur ...

                                               

Callitris preissii

Callitris preissii is a species of conifer in the family Cupressaceae, endemic to Rottnest Island, Australia. Common names include Rottnest Island pine, Murray pine, maroong, southern cypress pine, or slender cypress pine. The Noongar peoples kno ...

                                               

Cassia brewsteri

Cassia brewsteri, commonly known as Brewster’s Cassia, Leichhardt Bean, Cassia pea and Bean Tree is a species of leguminous shrubs or small trees, of the plant family Fabaceae. They grow naturally in Queensland, Australia. They primarily grow in ...

                                               

Casuarina cunninghamiana

Casuarina cunninghamiana, commonly known as river oak or river she-oak, is a she-oak species of the genus Casuarina. The native range in Australia extends from Daly River in the Northern Territory, north and east in Queensland and eastern New Sou ...

                                               

Chilopsis

Chilopsis is a monotypic genus of flowering plants containing the single species Chilopsis linearis. It is known commonly as desert willow or desert-willow because of its willow-like leaves, but it is not a true willow – being instead a member of ...

                                               

Cordia sebestena

Cordia sebestena is a shrubby tree in the borage family, Boraginaceae, native to the American tropics. It ranges from southern Florida in the United States and the Bahamas, southwards throughout Central America and the Greater Antilles. Common na ...

                                               

Corymbia aparrerinja

Corymbia aparrerinja, commonly known as ghost gum, is a species of tree that is endemic to Central Australia. It has smooth bark, lance-shaped or curved adult leaves, flower buds in groups of three or seven, white flowers and cup-shaped to cylind ...

                                               

Corymbia calophylla

Corymbia calophylla is a large and common tree in the southwest of Australia. Originally described as a species of Eucalyptus, it was separated to genus that allied the bloodwoods and their relations. Corymbia calophylla is commonly known as marr ...

                                               

Corymbia dallachiana

Corymbia dallachiana commonly known as ghost gum or Dallachys gum, is an evergreen tree that is native to Eastern Australia. It grows up to 20 metres in height and has white to cream and pink-tinged bark, often with brown scales. Bark sheds seaso ...

                                               

Corymbia haematoxylon

Corymbia haematoxylon, formerly known as Eucalyptus haematoxylon, is a species of eucalypt native to southwestern Australia. It was given its current name in 1995 with the creation of the genus Corymbia. Common names include lesser bloodwood and ...

                                               

Corymbia maculata

Spotted gum is a tall tree with a straight trunk, growing around 35-45 meters in height, with exceptionally big trees reaching 70 meters. However, there is an old reference to a 91 metre tall tree. Spotted gum has smooth powdery bark which is whi ...

                                               

Corymbia papuana

In the 1990s, ghost gums, along with the bloodwoods, were reclassified from the genus Eucalyptus to the Corymbia, though not all botanists agree. This reclassification was based on the work of two botanists, Ken Hill and Lawrie Johnson, who worke ...

                                               

Corymbia ptychocarpa

Corymbia ptychocarpa, commonly known as the swamp bloodwood or the pink-flowering bloodwood and formerly known as Eucalyptus ptychocarpa, is a species of eucalypt native to northwestern Australia. It was given its current name in 1995 with the cr ...

                                               

Corymbia tessellaris

Corymbia tessellaris, the carbeen, Moreton Bay ash, black butt, is a Ghost gum tree ranging from small to 35 m. tall, forming a lignotuber. Bark rough on lower 1–4 m of trunk, tessellated, dark grey to black, abruptly changing to white-cream smoo ...

                                               

Cupaniopsis anacardioides

Cupaniopsis anacardioides, with common names tuckeroo, carrotwood, beach tamarind and green-leaved tamarind, is a species of flowering tree in the soapberry family, Sapindaceae, that is native to eastern and northern Australia. The usual habitat ...

                                               

Cupressus lusitanica

Cupressus lusitanica, cedro blanco means white cedar and is also known as Mexican white cedar or cedar-of-Goa, is a species of cypress native to Mexico and Central America. It has also been introduced to Belize, Costa Rica and Nicaragua, growing ...

                                               

Dasyphyllum diacanthoides

Dasyphyllum diacanthoides. Common names in Mapudungun: Trevo and Tayu and in Spanish Palo Santo and Palo Blanco is a species of tree belonging to the family Asteraceae and endemic to Chile and Argentina. It occurs from Curico to Chiloe between 20 ...

                                               

Diospyros whyteana

Diospyros whyteana is a small African tree of the ebony family. Bearing dark green, strikingly glossy leaves and creamy fragrant flowers, it is increasingly cultivated in Southern African gardens as an attractive and strong ornamental tree. It ca ...

                                               

Dombeya rotundifolia

Dombeya rotundifolia, the dikbas or "South African wild pear", is a small deciduous tree with dark grey to blackish deeply fissured bark, found in Southern Africa and northwards to central and eastern tropical Africa. Formerly placed in the Sterc ...

                                               

Ehretia rigida

Ehretia rigida, is a small, multi-stemmed tree with a tangled growth habit belonging to the Boraginaceae, the borage family. It occurs over a wide range of habitat throughout the eastern part of South Africa, and in Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe an ...

                                               

Eremophila bignoniiflora

Eremophila bignoniiflora, commonly known as Bignonia emu bush, creek wilga, dogwood, eurah, gooramurra, kurumbimi and river argee is a plant in the figwort family Scrophulariaceae and is endemic to the Northern Territory and all mainland states o ...

                                               

Erythrophleum chlorostachys

Erythrophleum chlorostachys is a species of leguminous tree endemic to northern Australia, from northeastern Queensland to the Kimberley region of Western Australia. Commonly known as Cooktown ironwood, the species is found in wide range of envir ...

                                               

Eucalyptus coolabah

Eucalyptus coolabah, commonly known as coolibah or coolabah, is a species of tree and is found in eastern inland Australia. It has rough bark on part or all of the trunk, smooth powdery cream to pink bark above, lance-shaped to curved adult leave ...

                                               

Eucalyptus mannifera

Eucalyptus mannifera, commonly known as the brittle gum or red spotted gum, is a species of small to medium-sized tree that is endemic to south-eastern Australia. It has smooth, powdery white bark, lance-shaped to curved adult leaves, flower buds ...

                                               

Eucalyptus marginata

Eucalyptus marginata, commonly known as jarrah, djarraly in Noongar language and historically as Swan River mahogany, is a plant in the myrtle family, Myrtaceae and is endemic to the south-west of Western Australia. It is a tree with rough, fibro ...

                                               

Eucalyptus nubila

Eucalyptus nubila, commonly known as the blue-leaved ironbark, is a type of ironbark tree found in eastern Australia, in Queensland and New South Wales. This plant is in family Myrtaceae.

                                               

Eucalyptus oreades

Eucalyptus oreades, commonly known as the Blue Mountains ash, white ash or smooth-barked mountain ash, is a species of medium-sized to tall tree that is native to eastern Australia. It has smooth, powdery whitish bark with rough bark near the bas ...

                                               

Eucalyptus pilligaensis

Eucalyptus pilligaensis was first formally described in 1920 by Joseph Maiden in Journal and Proceedings of the Royal Society of New South Wales. It is regarded as a synonym of Eucalyptus woollsiana by the Australian Plant Census.

                                               

Eucalyptus sideroxylon

Eucalyptus sideroxylon, commonly known as mugga ironbark, or red ironbark is a small to medium-sized tree that is endemic to eastern Australia. It has dark, deeply furrowed ironbark, lance-shaped adult leaves, flower buds in groups of seven, whit ...

                                               

Ficus atricha

Ficus atricha, commonly known as the rock breaker fig, is a tree in the family Moraceae native to northwestern Australia. It is a banyan of the genus Ficus which contains around 750 species worldwide in warm climates, including the edible fig.

                                               

Ficus opposita

Ficus opposita is one of several fig species commonly known as sandpaper figs. It is native to the Northern Territory and Queensland in Australia.Other common names include sweet sandpaper fig, sweet fig and the ambiguous "figwood" and "watery fi ...

                                               

Flindersia maculosa

Flindersia maculosa is a tree in the citrus family. It is found in arid and semi arid areas in New South Wales and Queensland, Australia. Because of the spotted bark, it is known as the leopardwood or leopard tree. Habitat rocky hills and sandy p ...

                                               

Ganophyllum falcatum

Ganophyllum falcatum, commonly known as the scaly ash, is an evergreen rainforest tree. It grows up to 32 metres high and has rough, flaky bark. The species was described by German-Dutch botanist Carl Ludwig Blume in 1851 based on plant material ...

                                               

Geijera parviflora

Geijera parviflora, commonly known as the Australian Willow, Wilga or Native Willow, is a small tree or bush found in inland parts of eastern Australia. It features thin drooping leaves, up to 18 cm long. It was first described by English botanis ...

                                               

Geoffroea decorticans

Geoffroea decorticans, the chañar, kumbaru, or Chilean palo verde, is a small deciduous tree, up to 8 meters tall that inhabits most arid forests of southern South America. The chañar is cold and drought deciduous, it loses its leaves in winter, ...

                                               

Hakea laurina

Hakea laurina is shrub or small tree commonly known as kodjet or pin-cushion hakea and is endemic to Western Australia. The Noongar name for the plant is kodjet or kojet. It has red and cream conspicuous globular flowers and lance shaped leaves.

                                               

Hibiscus heterophyllus

Hibiscus heterophyllus, also known as native rosella, is a species of hibiscus that is endemic to New South Wales and Queensland in Australia. It grows as a shrub or small tree and produces flowers which are white, pale pink or yellow and purple ...

                                               

Jubaea chilensis

Jubaea is a genus of palms with one species, Jubaea chilensis or Jubaea spectabilis, commonly known as the "Chilean wine palm" or "Chile cocopalm". It is native to southwestern South America and is endemic to a small area of central Chile between ...

                                               

Juniperus deppeana

Juniperus deppeana is a small to medium-sized tree reaching 10–15 m tall. It is native to central and northern Mexico and the southwestern United States. It grows at moderate altitudes of 750–2.700 meters on dry soils. The bark is usually very di ...

                                               

Krugiodendron

Krugiodendron ferreum, commonly known as the black ironwood or leadwood, is a species of tree in the family Rhamnaceae. It is found in southern Florida, throughout the Caribbean and from southern Mexico to Honduras. Originally described by Martin ...

                                               

Lyonothamnus floribundus

Lyonothamnus is a monotypic genus of trees in the rose family containing the single living species Lyonothamnus floribundus, which is known by the common name Catalina ironwood, and the subspecies L. f. ssp. aspleniifolius and L. f. ssp. floribundus.

                                               

Lysiphyllum hookeri

Lysiphyllum hookeri is a species of small tree endemic to Queensland, Australia, of the legume plant family Fabaceae. These trees are known by a variety of common names, including pegunny, alibangbang, Hookers bauhinia, white bauhinia, mountain e ...

                                               

Maytenus boaria

Maytenus boaria is an evergreen tree of the family Celastraceae, native from South America, up to 20 m, 80 cm diameter, straight trunk. It occurs naturally approximately from 30 to 50ºS: Chile and Argentina.

                                               

Melaleuca quinquenervia

Melaleuca quinquenervia, commonly known as the broad-leaved paperbark, paper bark tea tree, punk tree or niaouli, is a small- to medium-sized tree of the myrtle family, Myrtaceae. It grows as a spreading tree up to 20 m tall, with its trunk cover ...

                                               

Melaleuca trichostachya

Melaleuca trichostachya is a plant in the myrtle family, Myrtaceae and is native to inland northern New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia and the Northern Territory in Australia. It is a small tree, similar to the commonly cultivated Melal ...

                                               

Moringa ovalifolia

Moringa ovalifolia is a succulent flowering tree of the family Moringaceae native to Namibia and southwestern Angola. This succulent stems of trees found in desert and semi-desert areas. The plant grows upright and can reach 7 m 23 ft. in height. ...

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