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Family: RUBIACEAE 

 Nauclea orientalis
 
  
Author:  Carl Linnaeus 1762
Family:  Rubiaceae
Habitat:  Western Australia, Tropical Asia
Soil:  Rich Mix
Water:  Medium
Sun:  Medium
Thickness:  45 Centimetres
Height:  15 meters
Flower:  Yellow-Orange/White
Reproduction:  Seeds/Cuttings
Pop names:  Leichhardt Tree, Cheesewood, Kanluang
Synonyms:  Cephalanthus orientalis, Linaeus 1753. Mitragyna parvifolia, Bancalus orientalis, Kuntze. Nauclea cordata. Nauclea  missionis.
    This member of the Rubiaceae family was given this name by Carl Linnaeus in 1762. It is found in western Australia and tropical Asia, growing in rich but well drained soil with some water and some sun. It can grow up to fifteen meters with a stem of 45 centimetres. Tthe flowers are yellow to orange and white.

SubFamily: Cinchonoideae
Tribe: Naucleeae