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Mischocarpus is a genus of about nineteen species of trees known to science, constituting part of the plant family Sapindaceae. They grow naturally from Australia and New Guinea, though Malesia as far north as the Philippines, through SE. Asia, Indo-China and S. China, to India at their farthest west. The eleven Australian species known to science grow naturally in the rainforests of the eastern coastal zone of New South Wales and Queensland, from Newcastle northwards through to north-eastern Queensland and Cape York Peninsula.
In 1825 Carl L. Blume first formally published this genus name and its type species M. sundaicus.
In 1879 Ludwig A. T. Radlkofer first formally published new names of many species.
In 1977 R. W. J. M. van der Ham published a revision of the genus, including new names of species.
This listing was sourced from the Australian Plant Name Index and Australian Plant Census, Flora Malesiana, botanical science journal papers, and the Flora of China.:Mischocarpus ailae Guymer (was subsumed within M. lachnocarpus), woolly bush apple – Restricted endemic in rainforests of NE. NSW & SE. Qld, Australia
Mischocarpus albescens S.T.Reynolds – Daintree region endemic, NE. Qld, Australia
Mischocarpus anodontus (F.Muell.) Radlk. – NE. NSW to CE. to NE. Qld, Australia
Mischocarpus australis S.T.Reynolds – CE. NSW through to SE. Qld, Australia
Mischocarpus exangulatus (F.Muell.) Radlk. – Cape York Peninsula and NE. Qld endemic, Australia
Mischocarpus grandissimus (F.Muell.) Radlk. – NE. Qld endemic, Australia
Mischocarpus hainanensis H.S.Lo – Hainan, China
Mischocarpus lachnocarpus (F.Muell.) Radlk. (previously M. ailae was subsumed within here) – NE. Qld to Cape York Peninsula, Australia and New Guinea
Mischocarpus largifolius Radlk. – Solomon Islands to New Guinea
Mischocarpus macrocarpus S.T.Reynolds – NE. to CE. Qld, Australia
Mischocarpus montanus C.T.White (Australian plants previously included in M. pyriformis subsp. retusus as a misapplied name) – mountains endemic in NE. Qld, Australia
Mischocarpus paradoxus Radlk. – New Guinea
Mischocarpus pentapetalus (Roxb.) Radlk. – India, S. China through SE. Asia to W. Malesia as far as a line from Philippines–Borneo–Java
Mischocarpus pyriformis (F.Muell.) Radlk. – C. coast NSW through E Qld to NE. Qld, Australia and New Guinea
subsp. papuanus – New Guinea
subsp. pyriformis – C. coast NSW northwards to NE Qld, Australia
subsp. retusus (previously misapplied to Australian M. montanus plants) – New Guinea
Mischocarpus reticulatus (Radlk.) R.W.Ham – New Guinea
Mischocarpus stipitatus S.T.Reynolds – Cape York Peninsula to NE. to C. coast Qld, Australia
Mischocarpus sundaicus Blume – India, S. China, SE. Asia and through Malesia
Mischocarpus triqueter Radlk. – Philippines
Species accepted by the authoritative Flora Malesiana while awaiting formal publication, as provisionally published names and descriptions
Mischocarpus prob. spec. nov.: R.W.Ham (UPNG (Millar) 1042 (K)) – New Guinea