Planchonia

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Planchonia
Planchonia careya tree.jpg
Planchonia careya in Mount Archer National Park in Queensland
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Planchonia

Planchonia is a genus of trees and shrubs in the family Lecythidaceae first described as a genus in 1851.[1][2] It is native to Southeast Asia, Papuasia, and Australia.[3]

Accepted species[3]
  1. Planchonia brevistipitata Kuswata - Sabah
  2. Planchonia careya (F.Muell.) R.Knuth - Cockatoo Apple, Cocky Apple or Billygoat Plum - New Guinea, Queensland, Northern Territory, Western Australia
  3. Planchonia grandis Ridl. - Peninsular Malaysia, Borneo, Sumatra
  4. Planchonia papuana R.Knuth - New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Aru
  5. Planchonia rupestris R.L.Barrett & M.D.Barrett - Western Australia
  6. Planchonia spectabilis Merr. - Luzon, Mindanao
  7. Planchonia timorensis Blume - Timor
  8. Planchonia valida (Blume) Blume - Andaman & Nicobar, Peninsular Malaysia, Borneo, Sumatra, Lesser Sunda Islands, Sulawesi, Java

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