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Ehretia acuminata
Ehretia acuminata
Ehretia acuminata

Wikipedia description

Ehretia acuminata is a deciduous tree found in Japan, China, Bhutan, Nepal, Laos, Vietnam, New Guinea and Australia. Fossil evidence suggests an ancient Laurasian origin. This group of plants spread to Australia and South America via Africa, when these continents were still joined.

Commonly known as Koda in Australia, Ehretia acuminata is a common tree found from near Bega in south east New South Wales to Cape York in far north eastern Australia. The Australian habitat is many different forms of rainforest, particularly near the margins or disturbed areas.

Scientific classification

Clade: Core Eudicots/Asterids
Order: incertae sedis
Family: Boraginaceae
Species: Ehretia acuminata


Sample nameSample codeTissueRNA extractorSample providerBLASTSRA dataAssembly data
EMAL-Ehretia_acuminataEMALleavesBGID. Soltis