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AUSTRALASIAN Tropical & Subtropical Moist Broadleaf Forest
plants

The plants of the rainforest in tropical Australia, New Guinea and the surrounding islands...

Order Laurales
Family Hernandiaceae
Family Lauraceae
Order Magnoliales
Family Myristicaceae
Family Eupomatiaceae
Order Piperales
Family Piperaceae 
Order Arecales

Family Arecaceae: Palms

(Raja Ampat, Papua New Guinea)

Ptychosperma macarthurii, 'Macarthur Palm'. Found in rainforest in pockets of N.T, and New Guinea and south-west Pacific islands.

Order Asparagales

Family Orchidaceae

 (Rajah Ampat, Indonesia).

Spathoglottis (Rajah Ampat, Indonesia).

 (Rajah Ampat, Indonesia).

Order Pandanales
Family Pandanaceae
Order Poales
Family Flaggellariaceae
Family Poaceae
Order Zingiberales
Family Costaceae
Family Zingiberaceae

Order Proteales

Family Protecaceae

Mostly a family of plants found growing in sandy soil heathlands in southern Africa and south-west Australia, but with some interesting species in the rainforest along the east coast of Australia, including some of the dominant canopy trees.

Alloxylon spp. 'Waratah Trees'

There are four species in this genus, found in rainforest along the east coast of Australia and north into New Guinea.

Waratah Tree (image by Damon Ramsey)(near O'Reilly's, Green Mountains, Lamington National Park, Australia)

Alloxylon pinnatum, 'Dorrigo Waratah Tree'. Found in subtropical rainforest in south-east Queensland.

Stenocarpus spp.

A genus of mostly trees and tall shrubs. Some 10 species are found in the subtropical forests along the east coast of Australia. but more are found and endemic to New Caledonia.

Firewheel Tree flowers (image by Damon Ramsey)(in garden, Kings Park, Australia)

Stenocarpus sinuatus, 'Firewheel Tree' . Popular garden tree. Found in subtropical rainforest from NSW to the Atherton Tablelands in North Queensland.

Order Dilleniales 
Family Dilleniaceae

Order Vitales 
Family Vitaceae
Order Fagales 
Family Casuarinaceae
Order Rosales
Family Moraceae
Family Urticaceae

Order Malpighiales

Family Achariaceae

Three species; with two in Asian rainforest and one in north-east Australia.

Ryparosa kurrangii, (Daintree, Australia).

Order Myrtales

Family Myrtaceae

Eucalyptus grandis, 'Flooded Gum', 'Rose Gum'. (Atherton Birdwatching Lodge). Usually very tall and straight, with lots of large strips of peeling bark. Found along the east coast of Australia in wetter habitats, including being one of the few 'gum trees' in or on the edge of the rainforest.

Family Melastomataceae

(Dei Dei Village, Papua New Guinea)

Probably Melastoma malabathricum.

Order Caryophyllales

Family Nepenthaceae

Nepenthes misool sp. 'Misool Pitcher Plant' (Misool, Indonesia)

Can't go travelling until everything settles down? Here I am doing a virtual guided walk for Noble Caledonia, and here I am doing other virtual guided walks...