Vascular Plants

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Harden, G.J. in Harden, G.J. (ed.) (2002), Sapindaceae (excl. Dodonaea). Flora of New South Wales Revised Edition 2 : 336-352 (Section) Harden, G.J. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Alectryon Gaertn.
  2. Alectryon diversifolius (F.Muell.) S.T.Reynolds
  3. Alectryon forsythii (Maiden & Betche) Radlk.
  4. Alectryon oleifolius (Desf.) S.T.Reynolds
  5. Alectryon oleifolius subsp. canescens S.T.Reynolds
  6. Alectryon oleifolius subsp. elongatus S.T.Reynolds
  7. Alectryon subcinereus (A.Gray) Radlk.
  8. Alectryon subdentatus (F.Muell. ex Benth.) Radlk. f. subdentatus
  9. Alectryon tomentosus (F.Muell.) Radlk.
  10. Arytera Blume
  11. Arytera distylis (Benth.) Radlk.
  12. Arytera divaricata F.Muell.
  13. Atalaya Blume
  14. Atalaya hemiglauca (F.Muell.) F.Muell. ex Benth.
  15. Atalaya multiflora Benth.
  16. Atalaya salicifolia (A.DC.) Blume
  17. Atalaya virens C.T.White
  18. Balloon Vine
  19. Brown Tamarind
  20. Cardiospermum L.
  21. Cardiospermum grandiflorum Sw.
  22. Cardiospermum halicacabum L. var. halicacabum
  23. Castanospora F.Muell.
  24. Castanospora alphandii (F.Muell.) F.Muell.
  25. Coogera
  26. Cupaniopsis Radlk.
  27. Cupaniopsis anacardioides (A.Rich.) Radlk.
  28. Cupaniopsis baileyana Radlk.
  29. Cupaniopsis flagelliformis var. australis S.T.Reynolds
  30. Cupaniopsis newmanii S.T.Reynolds
  31. Cupaniopsis parvifolia (F.M.Bailey) L.A.S.Johnson
  32. Cupaniopsis serrata (F.Muell.) Radlk.
  33. Diploglottis Hook.f.
  34. Diploglottis australis (G.Don) Radlk.
  35. Diploglottis campbellii Cheel
  36. Diploglottis cunninghamii (Hook.) Hook.f. ex Benth.
  37. Elattostachys (Blume) Radlk.
  38. Elattostachys nervosa (F.Muell.) Radlk.
  39. Elattostachys xylocarpa (A.Cunn. ex F.Muell.) Radlk.
  40. Foambark Tree
  41. Green Tamarind
  42. Guioa Cav.
  43. Guioa semiglauca (F.Muell.) Radlk.
  44. Harpullia Roxb.
  45. Harpullia alata F.Muell.
  46. Harpullia hillii F.Muell.
  47. Harpullia pendula Planch. ex F.Muell.
  48. Heterodendrum Desf.
  49. Heterodendrum diversifolium F.Muell.
  50. Heterodendrum oleifolium Desf.
  51. Jagera Blume
  52. Jagera pseudorhus (A.Rich.) Radlk. f. pseudorhus
  53. Lepiderema Radlk.
  54. Lepiderema pulchella Radlk.
  55. Mischocarpus Blume
  56. Mischocarpus anodontus (F.Muell.) Radlk.
  57. Mischocarpus australis S.T.Reynolds
  58. Mischocarpus lachnocarpus (F.Muell.) Radlk.
  59. Mischocarpus pyriformis (F.Muell.) Radlk. subsp. pyriformis
  60. Native Tamarind
  61. Rhysotoechia Radlk.
  62. Rhysotoechia bifoliolata Radlk. subsp. bifoliolata
  63. Sapindaceae Juss.
  64. Sarcopteryx Radlk.
  65. Sarcopteryx stipata (F.Muell.) Radlk.
  66. Sarcopteryx stipitata Radlk.
  67. Scrub Boonaree
  68. Small Balloon Vine
  69. Steelwood
  70. Toechima Radlk.
  71. Toechima dasyrrhache Radlk.
  72. Toechima tenax (Benth.) Radlk.
  73. Tuckeroo
  74. Tulipwood
  75. Twin-leaved Coogera
  76. White Tamarind
  77. Whitewood
  78. Wild Quince
  79. Woolly Pear-fruit
  80. Yellow Pear-fruit

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