|Dysoxylum fraserianum at Boorganna Nature Reserve, Australia|
- Dysoxylum pachyphyllum is sometimes erroneously called D. fraserianum in older sources.
D. fraserianum is one of the most common tree species in subtropical rainforests of Australia. It is a typical long-lived, slow-growing and shade-tolerant climax species. Rosewood has been extensively logged for its fragrant red timber.
Dysoxylum fraserianum - foliage from Boorganna Nature Reserve
Dysoxylum fraserianum - bark, Toonumbar National Park
Dysoxylum fraserianum - giant tree, Border Ranges National Park
- Taylor, M. J.; Harden, G. J. (1991). "Dysoxylum fraserianum – New South Wales Flora Online". PlantNET - The Plant Information Network System. 2.0. Sydney, Australia: The Royal Botanic Gardens and Domain Trust. Retrieved 2 Mar 2013.
- Floyd, Alex (1990) Australian Rainforests in New South Wales, Volume 1. Surrey Beatty & Sons Pty Ltd, Chipping Norton, NSW.
- Nicholson, Nan & Hugh (2007) Rain Forest Plants II, Terania Rainforest Publishing
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