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Agastachys

Agastachys odorata, commonly known as the white waratah, is the sole member of the genus Agastachys in the protea family. It is an evergreen shrub to small tree and is endemic to the heaths and button grass sedgelands of western Tasmania. It occu ...

                                               

Agonis

Agonis is a genus in the plant family Myrtaceae. All are endemic to Western Australia, growing near the coast in the south west. Only one, Agonis flexuosa, grows to tree size, the others generally growing shrubs. Agonis previously contained a num ...

                                               

Allocasuarina littoralis

Allocasuarina littoralis, commonly known as black sheoak, black she-oak, or river black-oak, is an endemic medium-sized Australian tree. A. littoralis is named for its growth near the coast, this is somewhat misleading, as it will grow well both ...

                                               

Allocasuarina verticillata

Allocasuarina verticillata, commonly known as drooping she-oak or drooping sheoak, is a nitrogen fixing native tree of southeastern Australia. Originally collected in Tasmania and described as Casuarina verticillata by French naturalist Jean-Bapt ...

                                               

Angophora euryphylla

Angophora euryphylla is a tree native to tree of eastern Australia. The tree usually grows to a height of 25 m 82 feet and has pink, grey or cream smooth bark that sheds in small scale.

                                               

Angophora exul

Angophora exul, commonly known as the Gibraltar rock apple, is an endangered tree native to a small area in eastern Australia. The tree usually grows to a height of 8 meters 26 feet, and shortly fibrous, which remains throughout.

                                               

Angophora melanoxylon

Angophora melanoxylon, the Coolabah apple, is a tree species that is native to eastern Australia. Multi-stemmed shrub to medium sized tree usually grows to a height of 15 m 49 ft and forms a lignotuber. It fibrous, gray, gray-brown bark that pers ...

                                               

Angophora paludosa

Angophora paludosa is a tree species that is native to eastern Australia. The tree usually grows to a height of 15 meters 49 ft a gray with shortly fibrous bark, which persists throughout.

                                               

Anopterus macleayanus

Anopterus macleayanus, commonly known as Queensland laurel or Macleay laurel, is a shrub or small tree in the family Escalloniaceae. It is native to Queensland and New South Wales in Australia. This species was formally described in 1859 by botan ...

                                               

Archidendron muellerianum

Archidendron muellerianum, the Veiny Lace Flower, or Small-flower Laceflower is a rainforest tree with a restricted range in eastern Australia. It is a rare plant, with a ROTAP rating of 3RCa. The tree was first described as Albizia muelleriana i ...

                                               

Arytera distylis

Arytera distylis, known as the two-leaved coogera or twin-leaved coogera is a rainforest tree of eastern Australia. It grows by streams or in sea side rainforests. It occurs from the Orara River in the Mid North Coast region of New South Wales, e ...

                                               

Atalaya multiflora

Atalaya multiflora, known as the broad leaved whitewood, is a rare and endangered rainforest tree of the soapberry family native to eastern Australia. Habitat in tropical dry forests, often on rocky basaltic slopes. However, it is also seen in th ...

                                               

Austrobuxus swainii

Austrobuxus swainii is a rare rainforest tree in the Picrodendraceae family. It is endemic to north east New South Wales and south eastern Queensland, Australia. Occurring from the Bellinger River in the south to Tallebudgera Creek in the north. ...

                                               

Backhousia angustifolia

Backhousia angustifolia, with common name narrow leaf myrtle, is a flowering plant in the family Myrtaceae, native to Queensland and northeastern New South Wales.

                                               

Backhousia sciadophora

Backhousia sciadophora is a common Australian tree, growing from near Dungog in New South Wales to near Kilcoy in south east Queensland. Common names include Shatterwood, Ironwood, Boomerang Tree and Curracabark. The habitat of Shatterwood is dri ...

                                               

Baloghia marmorata

Occurring in a few places in the Big Scrub, such as Victoria Park Nature Reserve and Davis Scrub Nature Reserve, and as far north as Gympie in the state of Queensland, the habitat is sub tropical rainforest at low altitude on red brown basaltic s ...

                                               

Bedfordia arborescens

Bedfordia arborescens, known as the blanket leaf, is a shrub or small tree of south eastern Australia. It occurs in or around temperate rainforests in areas of high altitude. The natural range of distribution on the mainland is from the Otway Ran ...

                                               

Beilschmiedia elliptica

Beilschmiedia elliptica, known as the grey walnut is a rainforest laurel growing in eastern Australia. The range of natural distribution is from Forster, New South Wales to Fraser Island in south eastern Queensland. Beilschmiedia elliptica grows ...

                                               

Beilschmiedia obtusifolia

Beilschmiedia obtusifolia is a rainforest laurel indigenous to eastern Australia. It ranges, roughly, from the Manning River in New South Wales to the Daintree River in Queensland, within tropical and sub tropical rainforests, usually on the more ...

                                               

Blepharocarya

Blepharocarya is a genus of trees from northern Australia, in the family Anacardiaceae. Types include: Blepharocarya depauperata Specht. (Blepharocarya depauperata Шпехта) Blepharocarya involucrigera F.Muell. (Blepharocarya involucrigera Ф. Muell)

                                               

Blepharocarya involucrigera

Blepharocarya involucrigera is a rainforest tree from north-east Queensland in Australia. Common names include north Queensland bollygum, northern bollygum or rose butternut. Trees grow to 40 metres in height. The leaves are 15–40 cm long and com ...

                                               

Bosistoa floydii

Bosistoa floydii, known as the five-leaf bosistoa or five-leaf bonewood is a rainforest tree found in north eastern New South Wales, Australia. A member of the citrus family, it is rare plant, with a ROTAP rating of 2RCi The tree was first descri ...

                                               

Bosistoa pentacocca

Bosistoa pentacocca, known as the ferny-leaf bonewood, is a rainforest tree found in north eastern New South Wales and Queensland along Australias east coast. Three subspecies are recognised.

                                               

Brachychiton collinus

Brachychiton collinus, the outcrop kurrajong, is a small deciduous tree found growing in some of the harshest climatic conditions in Australia. This small tree is commonly found between Cloncurry and Mount Isa in North-West Queensland, Australia. ...

                                               

Bridelia exaltata

Bridelia exaltata, known as the brush ironbark or scrub ironbark, is a tree of eastern Australia. It occurs in and on the margins of the drier rainforests. Also occurring by streams, often in association with the Black Bean, up to an elevation of ...

                                               

Caldcluvia paniculosa

Caldcluvia paniculosa, known as the soft corkwood, is a rainforest tree of eastern Australia. It occurs from Ourimbah, Central Coast at 33° S to Eungella National Park in tropical Queensland. Other common names include corkwood, rose-leaf marara, ...

                                               

Callicoma

Callicoma is a plant genus that contains just one species, Callicoma serratifolia, a tall shrub or small tree which is native to Australia. Callicoma serratifolia is commonly known as black wattle. One explanation for the name is the similarity o ...

                                               

Callistachys lanceolata

Callistachys lanceolata, commonly known as the Wonnich or Native Willow, is a species of tree that is native to the South West of Australia. C. lanceolota has the synonym Oxylobium lanceolatum.

                                               

Capparis arborea

Capparis arborea is a bush or small tree occurring in eastern Australia. The habitat is rainforest, usually riverine, littoral or the drier rainforests. Distributed from the Hunter River, New South Wales to Cape Melville in tropical Queensland. C ...

                                               

Carnarvonia

Carnarvonia is a flowering plant genus of a single species, commonly named red oak or red silky oak and constituting part of the plant family Proteaceae. The single species named Carnarvonia araliifolia grows to large trees of 30 m or more. They ...

                                               

Castanospermum

Castanospermum australe, the only species in the genus Castanospermum, is a flowering plant in the family Fabaceae, native to the east coast of Australia in Queensland and New South Wales, and to the Pacific islands of Vanuatu, New Caledonia, and ...

                                               

Casuarina pauper

Casuarina pauper is a tree from the Casuarinaceae family, native to a band across the drier, inland areas of southern Australia. C. pauper is known as a poorer, stunted form of the closely related Casuarina cristata. Common names include black oa ...

                                               

Cenarrhenes

Cenarrhenes is a monytypic genus in the family Proteaceae containing the single species Cenarrhenes nitida, known as the Port Arthur plum or native plum. Cenarrhenes nitida is an evergreen shrub to small tree endemic to the rainforests and scrubl ...

                                               

Ceratopetalum apetalum

Ceratopetalum apetalum, the coachwood, scented satinwood or tarwood, is a medium-sized hardwood tree, straight-growing with smooth, fragrant, greyish bark. It is native to eastern Australia in the central and northern coastal rainforests of New S ...

                                               

Cinnamomum virens

Cinnamomum virens is a rainforest tree growing in the eastern coastal parts of Australia. Common names include red-barked sassafras, black sassafras, camphorwood, scentless cinnamon wood, and native camphor laurel. Its habitat is between the Will ...

                                               

Citronella moorei

Citronella moorei is a rainforest tree growing in eastern Australia. Common names for this species include churnwood, citronella, soapy box, silky beech, and corduroy.

                                               

Claoxylon australe

Claoxylon australe, known as brittlewood is a common rainforest shrub or understorey tree. The habitat is all types of eastern Australian rainforests. The natural range of distribution is from Eden in south eastern New South Wales to Bowen in tro ...

                                               

Corymbia gummifera

It usually grows as a tree, but may take the form of a mallee in very poor soils. As a tree it typically grows to a height of 20 to 34 metres and a trunk diameter of one metre diameter at breast height dbh. However, exceptional trees may reach 60 ...

                                               

Corymbia henryi

Corymbia henryi or the large-leaved spotted gum is a spotted gum found in eastern Australia. It occurs in north eastern New South Wales from around Coffs Harbour to near Brisbane in Queensland. The habitat is dry eucalyptus forest on sandy soils ...

                                               

Corymbia variegata

Corymbia variegata is a tree found in eastern Australia. It occurs in north eastern New South Wales from around Coffs Harbour to near Monto and the Carnarvon Range in Queensland. Usually seen in open forest on soils of medium fertility, often in ...

                                               

Croton verreauxii

Croton verreauxii known as the green native cascarilla is a small tree or shrub growing in dry rainforest and rainforest margins in eastern Australia. Range of natural distribution is from Kiama 34° C, in the Illawarra district of Eastern New Sou ...

                                               

Cryptocarya bidwillii

Cryptocarya bidwillii, the yellow laurel, is a small to medium-sized tree in the laurel family. Occurring in Australian rainforests from Nymboida in the state of New South Wales to Townsville in tropical Queensland. Often found in the dryer ridge ...

                                               

Cryptocarya foveolata

Cryptocarya foveolata, known as the mountain walnut is a rainforest tree growing at high altitude in eastern Australia. Despite the common name, it belongs to the laurel family. The fallen leaves of this tree can be defined by two glands at the b ...

                                               

Cryptocarya meissneriana

Cryptocarya meissneriana, known as the thick-leaved laurel is a small tree growing in eastern Australia. The habitat is rainforest on the poorer sedimentary soils. The natural distribution area from the river Wangat 32° C in the Barrington Tops a ...

                                               

Cryptocarya microneura

Common in most warm temperate rainforest areas on the poorer sedimentary soils, but also in the littoral rainforests. It grows from near Batemans Bay in the southern Illawarra area 35° S in New South Wales to near Nambour, Queensland 26° S.

                                               

Cryptocarya nova-anglica

Cryptocarya nova-anglica, the mountain laurel, is a rainforest tree growing in eastern Australia. The habitat is a restricted distribution in cool temperate rainforest mostly over 1.100 metres in altitude. The range of natural distribution is fro ...

                                               

Cryptocarya rigida

Cryptocarya rigida is a small tree or shrub growing in high rainfall areas in north eastern New South Wales, Australia. It was described in 1864 by Carl Meissner in Prodromus Systematis Naturalis Regni Vegetabilis. Extinct in the Illawarra region ...

                                               

Cupaniopsis baileyana

Cupaniopsis baileyana is a species of flowering tree in the soapberry family. It is native to eastern Australia. Common names include White Tamarind and Toothed Tuckeroo. The species name honours the botanist F.M.Bailey. The habitat is on the edg ...

                                               

Cupaniopsis wadsworthii

Cupaniopsis wadsworthii, sometimes commonly named duckfoot and scrub tuckeroo, is an Australian species of shrubs of the flowering plant family Sapindaceae. The grow naturally in rainforests and seasonally dry rainforests, noted as usually "on hi ...

                                               

Cyclophyllum coprosmoides

Cyclophyllum coprosmoides, also known as Coast Canthium, Supple Jack, and Sweet Susie, is a shrub or tree occurring in eastern Australia. It is commonly seen growing in a variety of different rainforest situations, from Jervis Bay in New South Wa ...

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