Archive for Family: Araliaceae

Hydrocotyle sibthorpioides

Hydrocotyle sibthorpioides Lam.

Recent Synonyms: None relevant.

Status: Native; Common. Cultivated.

Growth Form or Habit: Herb.

Leaves
National University of Singapore; 2010.

Other Information:

Common Name: Asiatic Pennywort.

More pictures can be found at

(1) Urban Forest website

(2) The Plant Observatory website

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Schefflera actinophylla

Schefflera actinophylla (Endl.) Harms

Recent Synonyms: None relevant.

Status: Exotic; Cultivated only.

Growth Form or Habit: Tree or epiphtye.

Flowers
Jurong Lake Park; Cultivated; 2010.

P1060914
Marine Parade; Urban; 2011.

More pictures can be found at

(1) The Plant Observatory website

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Arthrophyllum diversifolium

Arthrophyllum diversifolium Blume

Recent Synonyms: None relevant.

Status: Native; Common. Cultivated.

Growth Form or Habit: Tree

Leaves
Dover; 2010.

Swollen petiole
Dover; 2010.

Stem. Petiole scars.
MacRitchie Reservoir; Secondary forest edge; 2010.

Other Information:

Common Name: Common Ivy Palm.

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Polyscias balfouriana

Polyscias balfouriana (André) L.H. Bailey

Recent Synonyms: None relevant.

Status: Exotic; Cultivated only.

Growth Form or Habit: Shrub.

IMG_0738
Queenstown; Cultivated; 2010.

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Polyscias fruticosa

Polyscias fruticosa (L.) Harms

Status: Exotic; Cultivated only.

polyscias fruiticosa 'Dwarf'
Queenstown; 2010.

Growth Form or Habit: Shrub.

Distribution: Sabah(?) to Queensland, Australia.

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Osmoxylon lineare

Osmoxylon lineare (Merr.) Philipson

Recent Synonyms: None relevant.

Status: Exotic; Cultivated only.

Growth Form or Habit: Shrub.

Flowers
Queenstown; Cultivated; 2010.


Queenstown; Cultivated; 2010.

Distribution: The Philippines.

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Schefflera arboricola

Schefflera arboricola (Hayata) Merr.

Status: Exotic; Cultivated.

Recent Synonyms: None relevant.

Growth Form or Habit: Shrub.

Habit, leaves
Queenstown; 2010.

Distribution: Hainan Island and Taiwan.

References:

(1) GRIN Taxonomy for Plants

More pictures can be found at

(1) The Plant Observatory website

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