Rear Rainforest:
  Plant Characteristics

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Leaf

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_COLOUR

A species may appear more than once in this list. For example, Melia azedarach is described as "dark brown, greyish brown" -- as such it would appearunder both brown and grey.

BARK_TEXTURE

BARK_SHAPE


Flower

FLOWER_COLOUR

FLOWER_INFLORESENCE


Fruit

FRUIT_COLOUR

FRUIT_SHAPE

FRUIT_SIZE

Acacia elata Cedar Wattle; (Terminalis)
Acacia melanoxylon Blackwood
Acacia podalyriifolia Mount Morgan;Queensland Silver
Acmena smithii Lillypilly
Acronychia oblongifolia Acronychia
Agonis flexuosa Willow Myrtle; Peppermint Tree
Alphitonia excelsa Red ash
Araucaria heterophylla Norfolk Island Pine
Backhousia myrtifolia Ironwood, grey myrtle
Brachychiton acerifolium Illawarra flame tree
Brachychiton discolor Lacebark;White Kurrajong; Scru
Bracteantha bracteatum Golden Everlasting Daisy, Immortelle
Calothamnus quadrifidus Crimson Cluster Netbush
Carex appressa Tall Sedge
Castanospermum australe Moreton Bay Chestnut; Blackbean
Cayratia clematidea Native Grape
Celastrus australis Staff Vine
Ceratopetalum apetalum Coachwood
Cissus antarctica Kangaroo Vine; Native Grape
Clematis aristata Old man's beard, Traveller's joy
Cryptocarya glaucescens Native laurel
Dichondra repens Kidney Weed
Diospyros australis Black plum
Doryphora sassafras Yellow Sassafras
Ehretia acuminata Koda
Eucalyptus leucoxylon Yellow Gum
Eucalyptus nicholii Peppermint Gum
Eustrephus latifolius Wombat Berry
Ficus coronata Sandpaper fig
Ficus macrophylla Moreton Bay fig
Glycine clandestina Twining Glycine
Guioa semiglauca
Hakea victoriae Royal Hakea
Helichrysum elatum White Paper Daisy, Tall Everlasting
Hibbertia aspera Guinea Flower
Hibbertia scandens Snake Vine
Hibiscus heterophyllus Native hibiscus
Hibiscus splendens
Hymenosporum flavum Native Frangipani
Indigofera australis native indigo
Leptospermum polygalifolium Yellow Tea-tree
Livistona australis Cabbage Tree Palm
Marsdenia flavescens Hairy milk vine
Marsdenia rostrata Common milk vine
Melaleuca armillaris Bracelet Honey Myrtle
Melaleuca quinquinervia Broad-leaved Paperbark; Bellbowrie
Melaleuca styphelioides Prickly leaved paper
Melicope micrococca
Morinda jasminoides Great Morinda
Neolitsea dealbata white bolly gum
Omalanthus populifolius Heart Tree; NativePoplar
Ozothamnus diosmifolium Pill flower, ball everlasting
Palmeria scandens Anchor Vine
Phyllanthus gasstroemii Blunt spurge
Pittosporum revolutum Brisbane Laurel, yellow pittosporum
Pittosporum undulatum Sweet Pittosporum
Planchonella australis Black Apple; Wild Plum
Podocarpus elatus Illawarra Plum Pine
Polyscias elegans Celery-wood; Black Pencil Cedar
Pratia purpurascens Whiteroot
Rhodamnia rubescens Scrub stringybark; Brush turpentine
Sloanea australis Maiden's Blush
Smilax australis Lawyer vine
Smilax glyciphylla Native Sarsaparilla
Solanum aviculare Kangaroo Apple
Syncarpia glomulifera Turpentine
Synoum glandulosum Bastard rosewood
Trochocarpa laurina Tree heath
Tylophora barbata Bearded Tylophora
Westringia fruticosa Coastal Rosemary
Wilkiea huegeliana