Rear Rainforest:
  Plant Characteristics

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Leaf

COLOUR

Selecting this will be most effective if the colour is other than green.

ARRANGEMENT

Arrangment is either alternate or opposite

UNDERSURFACE

VENATION

MARGIN

SIZE

At the moment selecting a size will find all with sizes up to that amount (irregardless of any minimum length

SHAPE

Any leaf noted as possibly having this shape characteristic will be returned. Leaves will usually posses more than one characteristic listed here due to variability in the leaves

SHEEN

NEWSHOOTS

TEXTURE

This characteristic can be subjective (eg one person's "thick" may be another person's "leathery"). It is suggested you do not start with this characteristic unless it is very distinctive.

COMPOUNDLEAF

True indicates that it does have compund leaves, false indicating simple leaves

Bark

BARK_TEXTURE

BARK_SHAPE


Flower

FLOWER_COLOUR

FLOWER_INFLORESENCE


Fruit

FRUIT_COLOUR

FRUIT_SHAPE

FRUIT_SIZE

Acacia longifolia ssp longifolia Sydney Golden wattle
Acacia maidenii Maiden's wattle
Acacia melanoxylon Blackwood
Acacia podalyriifolia Mount Morgan;Queensland Silver
Acronychia oblongifolia Acronychia
Agonis flexuosa Willow Myrtle; Peppermint Tree
Allocasuarina torulosa Forest oak
Alphitonia excelsa Red ash
Archontophoenix alexandrae Alexander Palm; King Palm
Backhousia myrtifolia Ironwood, grey myrtle
Banksia integrifolia Coast banksia
Banksia lehmanniana
Brachychiton acerifolium Illawarra flame tree
Brachychiton discolor Lacebark;White Kurrajong; Scru
Callitris macleayana
Casuarina cunninghamiana River Oak; Fire/She Oak
Casuarina glauca Swamp oak
Ceratopetalum apetalum Coachwood
Ceratopetalum gummiferum NSW Christmas bush
Cryptocarya glaucescens Native laurel
Cryptocarya microneura Murrogun
Diploglottis australis Native tamarind
Ehretia acuminata Koda
Eucalyptus leucoxylon Yellow Gum
Eucalyptus nicholii Peppermint Gum
Eucalyptus pilularis Blackbutt
Ficus coronata Sandpaper fig
Ficus macrophylla Moreton Bay fig
Ficus obliqua Small-leaved fig
Ficus rubiginosa Port Jackson fig
Ficus superba var. henneana Deciduous fig
Glochidion fernandi Cheese Tree
Grevillea robusta Silky Oak
Guioa semiglauca
Leptospermum petersonii Lemon-scented Tea Tree
Leptospermum polygalifolium Yellow Tea-tree
Livistona australis Cabbage Tree Palm
Melaleuca bracteata White Cloud Tree
Melaleuca hypericifolia Red-flowering Paperbark
Melaleuca quinquinervia Broad-leaved Paperbark; Bellbowrie
Melia azedarach White Cedar
Melicope micrococca
Neolitsea dealbata white bolly gum
Notelaea venosa Native Olive
Parachidendron (Memo pruinosum Snow-wood; Stinkwood
Pittosporum undulatum Sweet Pittosporum
Planchonella australis Black Apple; Wild Plum
Podocarpus elatus Illawarra Plum Pine
Polyscias elegans Celery-wood; Black Pencil Cedar
Polyscias murrayi Umbrella tree; Pencil
Sloanea australis Maiden's Blush
Streblus brunoniana Whalebone Tree
Syncarpia glomulifera Turpentine
Synoum glandulosum Bastard rosewood
Trema aspera Native Peach
Trochocarpa laurina Tree heath
Wilkiea huegeliana