Definition of Angophora. Meaning of Angophora. Synonyms of Angophora

Definition of Angophora. Meaning of Angophora. Synonyms of Angophora

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Definition of Angophora

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Meaning of Angophora from wikipedia

- Angophora is a genus of flowering plants in the myrtle family, Myrtaceae, described as a genus in 1797. It is endemic to Australia, where species are...
- Angophora costata is a common woodland and forest tree of Eastern Australia, and is known by a variety of names including smooth-barked apple, rose gum...
- gum trees. Corymbia, which includes the Ghost gums and Spotted gums. Angophora, which includes the Sydney red gum. The name Gum tree may also be applied...
- closely related to Angophora than to Eucalyptus, and are probably best regarded as a separate genus. All three genera—Angophora, Corymbia and Eucalyptus—are...
- the tribe Eucalypteae) found across Australasia: Eucalyptus, Corymbia, Angophora, Stockwellia, Allosyncarpia, Eucalyptopsis and Arillastrum. For an example...
- Rose apple may refer to: Angophora costata, a common woodland and forest tree of Eastern Australia Various Syzygium species, especially the following:...
- Angophora floribunda, commonly known as the rough-barked apple, is a common woodland and forest tree of the family Myrtaceae native to Eastern Australia...
- are commonly referred to as "eucalypts", the others being Corymbia and Angophora. Many species, though by no means all, are known as gum trees because...
- Angophora exul, commonly known as the Gibraltar rock apple, is an endangered tree native to a small area in eastern Australia.The tree typically grows...
- Eucalypteae is a tribe in the plant family Myrtaceae. Allosyncarpia Angophora Arillastrum Corymbia Eucalyptopsis Eucalyptus Stockwellia Wilson, P....
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