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Eucalyptus victoriana

Eucalyptus victoriana is a species of small to medium-sized tree that is endemic to the Grampians in Victoria, Australia. It has rough, stringy bark on part of the trunk, egg-shaped to lance-shaped adult leaves, flower buds in groups of seven to ...

                                               

Eucalyptus volcanica

Eucalyptus volcanica is a species of tree that is endemic to northern New South Wales. It has rough, fibrous to flaky bark on the trunk, smooth bark above, lance-shaped or curved adult leaves, flower buds in groups of seven, white or creamy white ...

                                               

Eucalyptus walshii

Eucalyptus walshii is a small, slender, pole-like tree that is endemic to Victoria, Australia. It has smooth bark, lance-shaped to egg-shaped adult leaves, flower buds in groups of seven to eleven, white flowers and cup-shaped fruit.

                                               

Eucalyptus whitei

The tree can grow to a height of 15 m 49 ft and form a lignotuber. It has dark grey to black coloured ironbark that extends to the smaller branches. The alternately arranged adult leaves are supported by 0.3 to 1.5 cm 0.12 to 0.59 in long petiole ...

                                               

Eucalyptus williamsiana

Eucalyptus williamsiana, commonly known as the large-leaved stringybark, is a species of small to medium-sized tree that is endemic to northern New South Wales. It has rough, stringy bark on the trunk and branches, broadly lance-shaped adult leav ...

                                               

Eucalyptus wimmerensis

Eucalyptus wimmerensis, commonly known as the Wimmera mallee box or the broad-leaved green mallee, is a species of mallee that is endemic to an area around the border between Victoria and South Australia. It usually has smooth bark on the trunk a ...

                                               

Eucalyptus youmanii

Eucalyptus youmanii, commonly known as Youmans stringybark, is a species of small to medium-sized tree that is endemic to eastern Australia. It has rough, stringy bark on the trunk and branches, lance-shaped or curved adult leaves, flower buds in ...

                                               

Eucalyptus yumbarrana

Eucalyptus yumbarrana, commonly known as the Yumbarra mallee is a species of mallee that is endemic to South Australia. It has rough, flaky bark on the lower trunk, smooth bark above, egg-shaped to lance-shaped adult leaves, flower buds in groups ...

                                               

Eucryphia milliganii

Eucryphia milliganii, also known as the dwarf leatherwood, is a shrub or small tree endemic to areas of Tasmania. It grows in western and southern Tasmania where it is most commonly found in alpine and sub-alpine heath areas. It is the sister spe ...

                                               

Eucryphia moorei

Eucryphia moorei, commonly known as pinkwood, plumwood, or eastern leatherwood is a tree found in southeastern New South Wales, Australia. It also occurs just over the border at the Howe Range in Victoria. Pinkwood is the dominant tree species of ...

                                               

Eucryphia wilkiei

Eucryphia wilkiei is a species of rainforest shrubs endemic to restricted areas of cloud forests on mountain tops in the Wet Tropics region of northeastern Queensland, Australia. As of November 2013, botanists classify Eucryphia in the family Cun ...

                                               

Excoecaria dallachyana

Excoecaria dallachyana, the scrub poison tree or brush poison tree, is a species of plant in the spurge family, Euphorbiaceae It is found from the Clarence River, New South Wales to Townsville, Queensland in Australia. The habitat is rainforest b ...

                                               

Ficus virens var. sublanceolata

Ficus virens var. sublanceolata is a banyan or strangler fig. It grows alongside the related white fig in the northern part of its range. They differ with narrower leaves, almost lanceolate in shape. Common names in Australia include white fig, s ...

                                               

Flindersia bennettii

Flindersia bennettii is an Australian rainforest tree in the citrus family. It is known as the Bennetts Ash, named after the naturalist, Dr. George Bennett. It occurs mainly in Riverine, seaside or rainforest. The natural area of distribution fro ...

                                               

Franciscodendron

Franciscodendron is a monotypic genus in the subfamily Sterculioideae within the family Malvaceae. The single species, Franciscodendron laurifolium, commonly known as tulip sterculia, tulip kurrajong or cabbage crowsfoot, is a tree native to Aust ...

                                               

Galbulimima baccata

Galbulimima baccata, the northern pigeonberry ash is a rare rainforest tree found in two populations in Queensland, Australia. It is likely to be a poisonous and hallucinogenic plant like the related Galbulimima belgraveana. The fruit is eaten by ...

                                               

Glochidion ferdinandi

Glochidion ferdinandi, with common names that include cheese tree, is a species of small to medium–sized trees, constituting part of the plant family Phyllanthaceae. They grow naturally across eastern Australia, from south–eastern New South Wales ...

                                               

Gmelina fasciculiflora

Gmelina fasciculiflora, known as the northern white beech is a species of trees endemic to the Queensland tropical rain forests, Australia, of the mint plant family. It is one of four recognised species of the genus Gmelina found in Australia.

                                               

Gmelina leichhardtii

Gmelina leichhardtii, the white beech, is a rainforest tree of eastern Australia. Scattered individuals or small groups of trees naturally occur from the Illawarra district of New South Wales to near Proserpine in tropical Queensland. The white b ...

                                               

Gossia acmenoides

Gossia acmenoides, known as the scrub ironwood, is a rainforest tree of the family Myrtaceae, native to eastern Australia. The usual habitat of this small tree is drier rainforest areas. The range of natural distribution is from Jamberoo in New S ...

                                               

Gossia bidwillii

Gossia bidwillii, known as the python tree is a rainforest myrtle of eastern Australia. The usual habitat is the drier rainforest areas. The range of natural distribution is from the Hunter River in New South Wales to Coen in far northern Queensl ...

                                               

Guioa semiglauca

Guioa semiglauca, known as the guioa or wild quince, is a rainforest tree of eastern Australia. It grows from Kioloa near Batemans Bay in southern New South Wales to Eungella National Park in tropical Queensland. It grows in many different types ...

                                               

Hedraianthera

Hedraianthera is a genus of a sole recognised species of shrubs or small trees endemic to Australia from the family Celastraceae. View Hedraianthera porphyropetala naturally grows in Eastern Australia in coastal and sub-tropical forests to the No ...

                                               

Hedycarya angustifolia

Hedycarya angustifolia, also known as the native mulberry or Australian mulberry, is a rainforest plant of south and eastern Australia. Its habitat is cool gullies and moist temperate forests, often at high altitude. Occasionally it is seen borde ...

                                               

Helicia glabriflora

Helicia glabriflora is a species of rainforest shrubs or small trees occurring in eastern Australia. Common names include smooth or pale helicia, pale, leather or brown oak. They grow naturally in a variety of different rainforest types from the ...

                                               

Hicksbeachia

Hicksbeachia is a genus of two species of trees in the family Proteaceae. They are native to rainforests of northern New South Wales and southeastern Queensland. They are commonly known as red bopple nut or beef nut due to the bright red colour o ...

                                               

Hollandaea

Hollandaea is a genus of four species known to science, of Australian rainforest trees, constituting part of the plant family Proteaceae. All four tree species are endemic to restricted areas of tropical forests the wet tropical areas of North-Ea ...

                                               

Karrabina biagiana

Karrabina biagiana is a species of large rainforest trees commonly known as northern brush mahogany, northern brush mararie or red carabeen, in the plant family Cunoniaceae. This species used to be placed in the genus Geissois as Geissois biagian ...

                                               

Kingia

Kingia is a genus consisting of a single species, Kingia australis, and belongs to the plant family Dasypogonaceae. It has a thick pseudo-trunk consisting of accumulated leaf-bases, with a cluster of long, slender leaves on top. The trunk is usua ...

                                               

Litsea australis

Litsea australis, the brown bollygum or brown bollywood is a species of rainforest tree in the laurel family, found in eastern Australia. The specific epithet australis means "southern". As this southern population was considered to be Litsea lee ...

                                               

Litsea reticulata

Litsea reticulata is a common Australian tree, growing from near Milton, New South Wales to the Bunya Mountains, Queensland. Common names include bollygum, bolly wood and brown beech. The habitat of the bollygum is rainforest of most types, excep ...

                                               

Lomatia arborescens

Lomatia arborescens, commonly known as smooth lomatia or tree lomatia, is a shrub or small tree that grows at high altitudes, in and near rainforests. It is found north from the Barrington Tops area in eastern Australia.

                                               

Maytenus disperma

Maytenus disperma, sometimes referred to as the orange boxwood, is a shrub or small tree growing in eastern Australia. Often seen in and near dry rainforests.

                                               

Maytenus silvestris

Maytenus silvestris is a shrub or small tree growing from Picton, New South Wales near Kroombit Tops, near Gladstone, Queensland. It occurs in dry rainforest, eucalyptus and rainforest ecotone areas. Common names include narrow leaved orangebark, ...

                                               

Melicope micrococca

Melicope micrococca is an Australian rainforest tree in the citrus family. Its natural range is from the Seven Mile Beach, New South Wales to Maryborough, Queensland. The white euodia, white doughwood or hairy-leaved doughwood is found in many ra ...

                                               

Mischocarpus ailae

Mischocarpus ailae, known as the woolly pear-fruit is a rainforest tree of north eastern New South Wales and south east Queensland, Australia. These southern populations comprising M. ailae were previously included in Mischocarpus lachnocarpus.

                                               

Mischocarpus pyriformis

Mischocarpus pyriformis, known as the pear fruited tamarind is a rainforest tree of eastern Australia. Occurring from Seal Rocks, New South Wales to as far north as Cooktown in tropical Queensland. The sub species found in New South Wales is Misc ...

                                               

Neolitsea australiensis

Neolitsea australiensis, also known as the green bolly gum, is an Australian rainforest tree, in the laurel family. The specific epithet is derived from "Australia", and the Latin "ensis", meaning "native of Australia".

                                               

Notelaea venosa

Notelaea venosa is a very common shrub or small tree in eastern Australia. Occurring in or adjacent to rainforest from Lakes Entrance, Victoria to Cunninghams Gap in south eastern Queensland. Common names include veined mock-olive, smooth mock-ol ...

                                               

Opisthiolepis

Opisthiolepis is a genus of a sole described species of large trees, constituting part of the plant family Proteaceae. The species Opisthiolepis heterophylla most commonly has the names of blush silky oak, pink silky oak, brown silky oak and drun ...

                                               

Owenia cepiodora

Owenia cepiodora is a medium to large Australian tree in the family Meliaceae. It occurs in the rainforests of north eastern New South Wales and adjacent areas in Queensland. The habitat is mostly the drier Hoop Pine rainforests along the state b ...

                                               

Pennantia cunninghamii

Pennantia cunninghamii, known as the brown beech, is a rainforest tree of eastern Australia. The range of natural distribution is from Clyde Mountain near Batemans Bay in southern New South Wales to Atherton in tropical Queensland. Habitat is a t ...

                                               

Pentaceras australis

Pentaceras australe is an Australian rainforest tree in the citrus family. Common names include penta ash, bastard crows ash and black teak. The habitat is rainforest by streams, or dry and littoral rainforest. Found between the Richmond River, N ...

                                               

Petalostigma triloculare

Petalostigma triloculare, known as the long-leaved bitter bark is a rainforest tree of eastern Australia. It occurs in the drier rainforests, often on sandy soil derived from granite or sandstone, and is sometimes seen on old sand dunes.

                                               

Planchonella queenslandica

Planchonella queenslandica, the blush condoo, is a large rainforest tree of the family Sapotaceae native to eastern Australia. Its found in sea side rainforest as well as the drier inland rainforests. From as far south as the Richmond River, New ...

                                               

Polyosma cunninghamii

Polyosma cunninghamii, known as the featherwood, is a small rainforest tree of eastern Australia. It grows in many different types of rainforest, however seldom found in the drier rainforests. Its often seen in the cooler rainforests at high alti ...

                                               

Polyscias sambucifolia

Elderberry panax was first described by Franz Sieber in 1830 as Panax sambucifolius. It was given its current name in 1894 by German botanist Hermann Harms. Classification of small Lime has been revised as a result of recognition of three types o ...

                                               

Pomaderris aspera

Pomaderris aspera is a plant from eastern and southern Australia. Mostly seen south of the Barrington Tops in New South Wales to as far south as Wilsons Promontory and Cape Otway on the mainland. Also occurring in Tasmania. Scattered individuals ...

                                               

Pouteria cotinifolia

Pouteria cotinifolia is an Australian tree in the family Sapotaceae. The common names include small-leaved plum, yellow lemon and small-leaved coondoo. It occurs in the drier rainforests from the Richmond River, New South Wales to the Wenlock Riv ...

                                               

Pouteria myrsinoides

Pouteria myrsinoides is an Australian tree in the family Sapotaceae. The common names include yellow plumwood, axe-handle wood and blunt-leaved coondoo. It occurs in seaside rainforests and drier rainforests from the Forster, New South Wales to t ...

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