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Search for: Myrtaceae
Latin NameCommon NameFamilySynonymsEdibility RatingMedicinal Rating
Acca sellowianaFeijoa, Guava, PineappleMyrtaceaeAcca sellowiana. Orthostemon sellowianus.40
Amomyrtus luma MyrtaceaeAmomyrtus luma. (Mol.)D.Legrand.&Kausel. Myrica lechleriana.30
Angophora cordifoliaSmooth-Barked AppleMyrtaceaeA. costata. Domin. A. lanceolata.01
Angophora floribundaRough-Barked AppleMyrtaceaeA. intermedia.00
Backhousia myrtifoliaGrey MyrtleMyrtaceae 00
Baeckea gunniana Myrtaceae 10
Callistemon citrinusCrimson Bottlebrush, Red Bottlebrush, Lemon BottlebrushMyrtaceaeC. lanceolatus.20
Eucalyptus caesiaGungurruMyrtaceae 20
Eucalyptus camaldulensisRed River Gum, Murray Red Gum, River Red EucalyptusMyrtaceaeE. rostratus. Schlecht. non Cav.13
Eucalyptus citriodoraLemon-Scented Gum, Lemon Scented EucalyptusMyrtaceaeE. maculata citriodora.13
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