Neha Patil

Dysoxylum fraserianum

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Kingdom  Plantae
Family  Meliaceae
Scientific name  Dysoxylum fraserianum
Order  Sapindales
Genus  Dysoxylum
Rank  Species
Dysoxylum fraserianum Dysoxylum fraserianum
Similar  Dysoxylum, Dysoxylum rufum, Sloanea woollsii, Argyrodendron trifoliolatum, Flindersia schottiana

Dysoxylum fraserianum (Rosewood or Australian Rose Mahogany) is a large tree species native to NSW and Queensland, Australia.

Mature trees can grow up to 57 m in height, with a trunk up to 3.5 metres in diameter. It has 6.5–25 cm long paripinnate dark-green leaves with 4–12 leaflets.

Dysoxylum fraserianum Dysoxylum fraserianum Rose Wood Rose Mahogany information amp photos

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.

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References

Dysoxylum fraserianum Wikipedia


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