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Latin NameCommon NameFamilySynonymsEdibility RatingMedicinal Rating
Acca sellowianaFeijoa, Pineapple GuavaMyrtaceaeAcca sellowiana. Orthostemon sellowianus.40
Amomyrtus lumaLuma, Chilean guava,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
Corymbia citriodoraLemon-Scented Gum, blue spotted gum, lemon eucalyptus, eucalyptus citriodora.MyrtaceaeCorymbia variegata (F.Muell.) K.D.Hill & L.A.S.Johnson Eucalyptus citriodora Hook. Eucalyptus macula23
Eucalyptus brassianaCape York red gumMyrtaceaeNo synonyms are recorded for this name.00
Eucalyptus caesiaGungurruMyrtaceae 20
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