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Ocotea bullata
Stinkwood Stink"wood`, n. (Bot.) A name given to several kinds of wood with an unpleasant smell, as that of the F[oe]tidia Mauritiana of the Mauritius, and that of the South African Ocotea bullata.
Ocotea foetens
Til tree Til tree (t[i^]l; t[=e]l). (a) Var. of Teil tree. (b) An ill-smelling lauraceous tree (Ocotea f[oe]tens) of the Canary Islands; -- sometimes disting. as Canary Island til tree.

Meaning of Ocotea from wikipedia

- needed] Ocotea aciphylla Ocotea acutifolia (Nees) Mez Ocotea albida Ocotea albopunctulata Ocotea amazonica Ocotea amplifolia Ocotea arechavaletae Ocotea argylei...
- Ocotea cymbarum is a species of Ocotea in the plant family Lauraceae. It is an evergreen tree found in Brazil, Colombia, French Guiana, Guyana, Suriname...
- Ocotea porosa is a species of plant in the Lauraceae, often placed in the related genus Phoebe. It is commonly called imbuia or Brazilian walnut because...
- Ocotea bullata, (stinkwood or black stinkwood, Afrikaans: Stinkhout, Xhosa: Umhlungulu, Zulu: Umnukane) is a species of flowering tree native to South...
- Ocotea odorifera is a species of plant in the family Lauraceae. It is an evergreen tree in the genus Ocotea. It is commonly known as Brazilian s****afras...
- Ocotea usambarensis is a species of Ocotea (family Lauraceae), native to eastern Africa in Kenya, Tanzania, and locally in Uganda, where it occurs at 1600–2600...
- Ocotea quixos is a species of evergreen tree in the family Lauraceae, native to Ecuador and Colombia. It is one of the South American trees with a cinnamon-like...
- Ocotea foetens, commonly called til, tilo, stinkwood, or rain tree of Hierro island,[citation needed] is a species of tree in the family Lauraceae. It...
- one-seeded berry. The fruit in some species (particularly in the genera Ocotea and Oreodaphne) are partly immersed or covered in a cup-shaped or deep thick...
- Ocotea aciphylla is a species of Ocotea in the plant family Lauraceae. It forms a tree 12–18 m tall. It has small hermaphrodite flowers of 3–4 mm long...
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