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Oreodaphne Leucoxylon
Sweetwood Sweet"wood`, n. (Bot.) (a) The true laurel (Laurus nobilis.) (b) The timber of the tree Oreodaphne Leucoxylon, growing in Jamaica. The name is also applied to the timber of several other related trees.

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- Oreodaphne divaricata (Poir.) Nees Oreodaphne retroflexa (Poir.) Nees Oreodaphne sericea (****h) Nees Oreodaphne subalpina (Nees) Meisn. Oreodaphne tinctoria...
- Cinnamomum porosum (Nees & Mart.) Kosterm. Nectandra dubia H****l. Nectandra speciosa Chanc. Oreodaphne porosa Nees & Mart. Phoebe porosa (Nees & Mart.) Mez...
- Sweetwood is a common name for several plants and may refer to: Laurus nobilis Myrospermum susanum Nectandra Ocotea Oreodaphne leucoxylon...
- Synonyms Lethia chersis Hübner, 1823 Sphinx cinerea Harris, 1839 Sphinx oreodaphne Edwards, 1873 Hyloicus chersis pallescens Rothschild & Jordan, 1903...
- Laurales Family: Lauraceae Genus: Ocotea Species: O. foetens Binomial name Ocotea foetens (William Aiton) Baill. Synonyms Oreodaphne foetens (Aiton) Nees....
- 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 cu****,...
- by food writer Stella Parks, is that the name derives from the Latin Oreodaphne, a genus of the laurel family. She observes that the original design of...
- sole species in the genus Umbellularia. The tree was formerly known as Oreodaphne californica. In Yuki, it is called pōl’-**** ōl. In Oregon, this tree is...
- Family: Lauraceae Genus: Ocotea Aubl. Species Over 400, see text Synonyms Agathophyllum Juss. Evodia Gaertn. Mespilodaphne Nees Oreodaphne Nees & Mart....
- hermaphodite and evergreen, of 2 to 10 m tall, called Mountain laurels. Like Oreodaphne they are present in Mountain Cloud forest in tropical areas like the Sierra...
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