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Title: Comprehensive catalogue of Queensland plants, both indigenous and naturalised. To which are added, where known, the aboriginal and other vernacular names; with numerous illustrations, and copious notes on the properties, features, &c., of the plants
Year: 1909 (1900s)
Authors: Bailey, Frederick Manson, 1827-1915
Subjects: Botany
Publisher: Brisbane, A. J. Cumming, government printer
Contributing Library: Smithsonian Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: Biodiversity Heritage Library

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ennettiana, F. v. M.—Bogum-bogum.Chatawaiana, Bail.—Red Beech; Cardwell Maple; has also been called Silkwood. Narroo of Atherton natives.Brayleyana, F. v. M.—Wood has been cut under the name of Silkwood.Ifflaiana, F. v. M.—Cairns Hickory.Mazlini, Bail.Pimenteliana, F. v. M.Bourjotiana, F. v. M. pubescens, Bail.—A very useful shade tree. (Plate IV.)Tysoni, C. DC, Bull, de LHerlier Boissier vi. (1906).collina, Bail.—Gum contains 83.5 per cent, of arabin (Lautcrer).Strzeleckiana, F.v.M.—Spotted-tree. (Fig. 73.) Leaves simple.maculosa, Lindl. = Elceodendron maculosum, Lindl.—Leopard-tree.—Gum may be used as a substitute forgum-arabic; contains 81.4 per cent, of arabin (Dr.Lautcrer). (Fig. 73 bis.) Alliance VIII.—0 LAC ALES. Order XXXIV.—OLACINEJE. Tribe I.—Olace/e.Ximenia, Linn. americana, Linn.—Yellow Plum of Hammond Island; con-tains prussic acid. Gotoobah of Bellenden-Ker and Bed-yew-rie of Dunk Island natives. The woodresembles English Box. 92 XXXI. OCHNACE^.
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70. Brackeneidgea australiana, F. V- M. XXXV. ILICINE^E.—XXXVI. CELASTRINE.E. 93 OlaXj Li mi. retusa, F. v. M. stricta, R. Br. aphylla, R.Br. (Fig. 7,4.) Tribe II.—Opilie.e.Opilia, Roxb. amentacea, Roxb. (Fig. 74 bis.)Cansjera, Juss. leptostachya, Be nth. Tribe III.—Icacine^e.Gomphandra, Wall. australiana, F. v. M. polymorpha, Wight., var. 6, Bail.—Wood of light colour andnicely marked.Apodytes, E. Meyer. brachystylis, F. v. M. — Wood hard, yellow; useful forcabinet-work. (Fig. 75.)Pennantia, Forst. Cunninghamii, Miers.Phlebocalymna, Griff. lobospora, F. v. M.Villaresia, Ruiz et Pav.Smythii, F. v. M. Moorei, F. v. M.—Churnwood of Kin Kin. Wood light-coloured and prettily marked.Cardiopteris, Wall. lobata, R. Br., var. moluccana, Masters. (Fig. 76.) Order XXXV.—ILICINEiE. Ilex, Linn. peduncularis, F- v. M. (Fig. 76 bis.) Figured from specimenout of the Muellerian herbarium, kindly given for thepurpose by Professor A. J. Ewart. Alliance 1X.—CELASTRALES. Order XXXVI.—CE

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