The Info List - Flindersia

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is a genus of 17 species of trees in the family Rutaceae. They grow naturally in the Moluccas, New Guinea, Australia
(New South Wales and Queensland) and New Caledonia. They are cultivated and planted for both timber and as street trees. The genus was named after explorer Matthew Flinders. Species[edit] This listing was sourced from the Australian Plant
Name Index and scientific journal articles.[1][2][3][4]

acuminata C.T.White, silver silkwood, silver maple – NE. Qld Flindersia amboinensis
Flindersia amboinensis
Poir. – Moluccas
to New Guinea Flindersia australis
Flindersia australis
R.Br., Australian teak, crows ash – E. central Qld to NE. NSW Flindersia bennettii
Flindersia bennettii
F.Muell. ex Benth., Bennett's ash – SE. Qld to NE. NSW Flindersia
bourjotiana F.Muell., Queensland
silver ash – NE. Qld Flindersia
brassii T.G.Hartley & B.Hyland, hard scented maple, Claudie River scented maple – Cape York Peninsula Flindersia brayleyana
Flindersia brayleyana
F.Muell., Queensland
maple, maple silkwood – NE. Qld Flindersia collina
Flindersia collina
F.M.Bailey, leopard wood – Qld to NE. NSW Flindersia
dissosperma (F.Muell.) Domin, scrub leopardwood – E. central Qld Flindersia
fournieri Panch. & Sebert. – New Caledonia
New Caledonia
endemic Flindersia ifflana
Flindersia ifflana
F.Muell., hickory ash, Cairns hickory – New Guinea, NE. Qld Flindersia laevicarpa
Flindersia laevicarpa
C.T.White & W.D.Francis

var. laevicarpa, scented maple, rose ash – NE. Qld var. heterophylla (Merr. & L.M.Perry) T.G.Hartley – New Guinea

Flindersia maculosa
Flindersia maculosa
(Lindl.) Benth., leopardwood, leopard tree – central Qld to S. central NSW Flindersia
oppositifolia (F.Muell.) T.G.Hartley & Jessup (syn.: F. unifoliolata), mountain silkwood – NE. Qld endemic Flindersia pimenteliana
Flindersia pimenteliana
F.Muell., maple silkwood, rose silkwood – New Guinea, NE. Qld Flindersia schottiana
Flindersia schottiana
F.Muell. (syn.: F. pubescens F.M.Bailey), silver ash, cudgerie, bumpy ash – New Guinea, E. Australia Flindersia xanthoxyla
Flindersia xanthoxyla
(A.Cunn. ex Hook.) Domin, yellowwood, long Jack – SE. Qld to NE. NSW

Habit of F. australis

Fruit capsule of F. australis

Habit of F. schottiana


^ "Flindersia%". Australian Plant
Name Index (APNI), Integrated Botanical Information System (IBIS) database (listing by % wildcard matching of all taxa relevant to Australia). Centre for Plant Biodiversity Research, Australian Government. Retrieved 1 Nov 2013.  ^ Hartley, Thomas G. (1969). "A revision of the genus Flindersia (Rutaceae)". Journal of the Arnold Arboretum. 50 (4): 481–526. Retrieved 1 Nov 2013.  ^ Hartley, Thomas G.; Hyland, Bernie P. M. (1975). "Additional notes on the genus Flindersia
(Rutaceae)". Journal of the Arnold Arboretum. 56: 243–247. Retrieved 1 Nov 2013.  ^ Whiffin, Trevor (1982). "Variation and Evolution in the genus Flindersia
(Rutaceae). I Review of the genus". Australian Journal of Botany. 30 (6): 635–643. doi:10.1071/bt9820635. Retrieved 1 Nov 2013. 

External links[edit]

The Forest Farmers Association of Queensland
Inc. Queensland
government list of hardwood timber species Flindersia australis
Flindersia australis
in BoDD – Botanical Dermatology Database BRAIN Brisbane Rainforest Asction & Information Network " Flindersia
R.Br". Atlas of Living Australia. 

Media related to Flindersia
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Taxon identifiers

Wd: Q116479 EoL: 61856 EPPO: 1FLIG Fossilworks: 319950 GBIF: 3190185 GRIN: 4705 iNaturalist: 157370 IPNI: 26731-1 ITIS: 500282 NCBI: 43712 PLANTS: FLIND Tropicos: 40009888

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