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
Text Appearing Before Image: 64 XXIII. STERCULIACE^.âXXIV. TILIACE^i. 1/ Text Appearing After Image: 48. Hannafordia Shanesii, F. v. M. (a) Capsule, (b) long. sect, capsule, (c) stellate hairs from capsule, (d) bracteole.(a) and (b) nat. size; (c) and (d) enl. 49. Sloanea Langil, F. v. M. (a) Stamen, (a1) filament, (b) disk, (c) ovary, (d) style, (e) capsule, (f) a seta.(a), (b), (c), (d), and (f) enl.; (e) nat. size. XXIII. STERCULIACE^. 65 Heritiera, Ait. littoralis, Ait.âLooking-glass tree or Red Mangrove. Auseful wood for boat-building and cabinet-work. Thebark of this tree in East Africa is said to contain 14 pet-cent, of tannin. Tribe II.âHelictere^e.Kleinhovia, Linn. Hospita, Linn.Helicteres, Linn. semiglabra. F. v. M. var. procumbens, Be nth.var. flagellaris, Bentli.spicata, Colehr.Pterospermum, Schreb. acerifolium, Willd.âDoubtful if indigenous. A tree in theBrisbane Botanic Gardens, I was told by Air. Walter Hill,had been obtained in a South Queensland scrub. Tribe III.âDombeye/E.Melhania, Forsk.incana, Heyne.abyssinica, A. Rich. Tribe IV.âHermannie^e.Melochia, Li
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