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Polyosma is a genus of about 60 species of trees native to south-east Asia. They occur from China south through south-east Asia to the east coast of Australia, and also in New Caledonia.
Its taxonomic placement has long been uncertain: it was traditionally placed in Grossulariaceae, but in the APG II system it was given its own family, Polyosmaceae, which was unplaced as to order within the euasterids II (campanulids) clade. More recent research found Polyosmaceae to be a sister to the Escalloniaceae, so for simplicity's sake the Angiosperm Phylogeny Website now recommends the latter family be expanded to include this genus.
Species include:Polyosma alangiacea F.Muell. – White Alder
Polyosma brachyandrum Domin
Polyosma brachystachys Schltr.
Polyosma cambodiana Gagnepain – dou xian mu
Polyosma comptonii Baker f.
Polyosma cunninghamii Benn.
Polyosma discolor Baill.
Polyosma hirsuta C.T.White – Alder
Polyosma integrifolia Blume
Polyosma leratii Guillaumin
Polyosma pancheri Baill.
Polyosma podophylla Schltr.
Polyosma reducta F.Muell.
Polyosma rhytophloia C.T.White & W.D.Francis
Polyosma rigidiuscula F.Muell. & F.M.Bailey
Polyosma spicata Baill.