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Internal ID UUID6440083f8515c687970586
Scientific name Alectryon coriaceus
Authority (Benth.) Radlk.
First published in Actes Congr. Int. Bot., Amsterdam 1877 118. 1879

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Alectryon coriaceus, also known as the beach bird's eye or beach alectryon, is a rainforest tree found in eastern Australia. Its name comes from its leathery thick leaves, and it can grow up to 11 meters tall. This tree is only found near the sea, from Newcastle, New South Wales to Maryborough, Queensland. It produces small greenish yellow flowers with tiny petals in December, and its fruit, which is typical of the genus, matures from March to July and is red and black in color.

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Nephelium coriaceum Benth. Fl. Austral. 1: 466 (1863)

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Spanish nephelium semicinereum

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World Flora Online wfo-0000525456
Tropicos 100285591
The Plant List kew-2627999
Open Tree Of Life 651673
NCBI Taxonomy 151048
IUCN Red List 192228892
IPNI 781647-1
iNaturalist 553500
GBIF 5578182
Freebase /m/0ggb8g7
EOL 5628106
Wikipedia Alectryon_coriaceus

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Extreme heat increases stomatal conductance and drought‐induced mortality risk in vulnerable plant species Marchin RM, Backes D, Ossola A, Leishman MR, Tjoelker MG, Ellsworth DS Glob Chang Biol 20-Nov-2021

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