Heterodendrum (Australian rosewood; family Sapindaceae) A genus of small trees which have small, lanceolate or linear leaves. The flowers are held in panicles and have no petals. The fruit is 5-lobed, each lobe being single-seeded. There are 4 species, all endemic (see ENDEMISM) to Australia.
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