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Updates and Corrections

The following updates and corrections to the book should be noted.
Most of these changes have been included in the 2009 reprint.

Pages 6, 443 and 461 Wayne Abbot is the correct spelling.

Page 16 Helichrysum oxylepis subsp. Fraser Island is now Coronidium oxylepis subsp. carnosum.

Page 38 All Halosarcia species have been changed to Tecticornia.

Page 43 Both photos are by Peter Berry.

Pages 47 and 172 Melaleuca saligna is now Melaleuca salicina.

Page 71 Eleocharis difformis is a fully submerged plant.

Page 94 Leptospermum semibaccatum – flowers to 10 cm.

Page 94 Leptospermum speciosum – flowers to 10 cm.

Pages 117 and 174 Xylomelum salicinum is now Xylomelum benthamii.

Pages 130 and 392 Erythrina sp. Croftby is now Erythrina numerosa.

Page 142 Stemmacantha australis is now Rhaponticum australis.

Pages 178 and 179 Babingtonia angusta is now Sannantha angusta.
Babingtonia bidwillii is now Sannantha bidwillii.
Babingtonia collina is now Sannantha collina.
Babingtonia similis is now Sannantha similis.

Page 179 Leptospermum juniperinum – flowers to 10 cm.

Page 179 Babingtonia similis – leaves are opposite not alternate.

Page 196 Helichrysum lanuginosum is now Coronidium lanuginosum.

Page 229 Sida rhombifolia is an exotic weed.

Page 236 Helichrysum collinum is now Coronidium oxylepis subsp. oxylepis.

Page 245 Marsdenia coronata is listed as vulnerable, not rare.

Page 250 Physalis minima is now Physalis angulata, and considered to be an exotic weed.

Pages 272 and 296 Pouteria australis is now Planchonella australis.

Page 272 Pouteria eerwah is now Planchonella eerwah.

Page 273 Pouteria cotinifolia is now Planchonella cotinifolia.

Page 273 Pouteria chartacea is now Planchonella chartacea.

Page 273 Pouteria myrsinifolia is now Planchonella myrsinifolia.

Page 274 Diospyros australis – the flower photo is upside down.

Page 316 Pouteria pohlmaniana is now Planchonella pohlmaniana.

Page 318 Callerya megasperma has 7 to 19 leaflets, each tapering to a narrow blunt apex. Stipules 3 to 5 mm long. The flower spike is smooth, lacking minute hairs.

Page 319 Callerya australis has 7 to 19 leaflets, not tapering to a narrow apex, but still blunt or notched. Stipules 2 to 3 mm long. The flower spike is minutely hairy.

Page 326 Diospyros ellipticifolia var. ebenus is now Diospyros ellipticifolia forma australiensis.

Page 365 Xerochrysum sp. Mt Merino is now Coronidium telfordii.

Page 382 Cheirostylis notialis close-up flower photo is actually of Zeuxine oblonga.

Page 383 Cupaniopsis parvifolia is similar to Cupaniopsis anacardioides but has 4 to 8 leaflets, each to 8 cm long and 25 mm wide, and yellowish-orange fruit to 10 mm diameter, splitting to reveal black shiny seeds with red aril.

Page 386 Mischocarpus lachnocarpus is now Mischocarpus ailae. The fruit's aril is yellow.

Page 400 Pandorea sp. Ipswich is now Pandorea floribunda

Pages 434 and 468 Helichrysum lindsayanum is now Coronidium lindsayanum.

Page 449 Leptospermum oreophilum – photo by Lui Weber.

Page 468 Helichrysum elatum is now Coronidium elatum subsp. elatum.

Page 518 Syncarpia verecunda – fruit to 13 mm x 20 mm.

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