Alyxia (family Apocynaceae) A genus of about 120 species of shrubs found in Asia, Australia, and the south-western Pacific, about 9 species being endemic to Australia. They have small, 5-petalled, white flowers, and fleshy, orange-red fruits. New Caledonian species accumulate nickel.
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