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Specimens 1 to 15 of 15 found in Economic Botany collection for "Brachychiton":
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2532 Brachychiton acerifolium F.Muell. WOOD Origin: New South Wales, Donor: British Museum (Natural History), EBN: 20.1983
2535 Brachychiton acerifolium F.Muell. WOOD Origin: New South Wales, Donor: British Museum (Natural History), EBN: 20.1983
73174 Brachychiton acerifolius WOOD AND BARK Origin: Florida, Collector: Fisher J, Ewers F, Gasson P, Curtis A, Donor: Fairchild Tropical Garden, Donor date: 08/1992
74247 Brachychiton acerifolius WOOD & BARK Origin: Australia
64896 Brachychiton diversifolius (G.Don.) Terr. FRUITS Origin: Sicilia, Donor: Baker Mrs MJ, EBN: 9.1968
64894 Brachychiton diversifolius (G. Don) Terr. TREE PARTS (7 SAMPLES) Origin: Queensland, Donor: Reader Lack H, Donor date: 1860
2534 Brachychiton populneoides WOOD Origin: New South Wales, Donor: British Museum (Natural History), EBN: 20.1983
100735 Brachychiton populneus R.Br. , Collector: Lack, H. Reader, EBN: 111.1860
65000 Brachychiton populneus R.Br. Origin: Australia, Collector: Leslie Mrs Patrick, Donor: Leslie Mrs P, EBN: 33.1856
65001 Brachychiton populneus R.Br. FIBRE Origin: Victoria, Donor: Guilfoyle WR, Dir Melbourne Bot Gard Use: Bark used for MATERIALS - Fibres
64895 Brachychiton populneus R.Br. FRUIT Origin: Cyprus, Donor: Colclough Mrs A, EBN: 21.1979.1
64991 Brachychiton populneus R.Br. FRUITS WITH SEEDS Origin: New South Wales, Donor: National Herbarium of NSW, EBN: 30.1901
64997 Brachychiton populneus R.Br. GUM Origin: New South Wales, Collection date: 09/09/1889, Donor: Maiden JH
64996 Brachychiton populneus R.Br. GUM Origin: Victoria, Donor: Phytologic Museum of Melbourne, EBN: 106.1889
2533 Brachychiton populneus R.Br. WOOD Origin: Portugal, Donor: Xiloteca Jardim e Museu Agricola do Ultramar, EBN: 18.1980.3

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