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Macadamia integrifolia – Wikipedia

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– Macadamia integrifolia leaves are oblong, glossy, and entire with wavy margins, measuring 20 cm long and 10 cm wide.
– The flowers of Macadamia integrifolia are white or pink, leading to woody, edible fruits that are 2 to 3.5 cm in diameter.
– This tree is rarely cultivated for ornamental purposes.
– The species has been successfully introduced to Mexico, specifically in Michoacán and Jalisco.
– Macadamia integrifolia trees thrive in hardiness zones 10 and 11.

See also:
– Macadamia nuts

– Forster et al. (2020) published information on Macadamia integrifolia in the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species.
– The Department of the Environment in Australia maintains a Species Profile and Threats Database for Macadamia integrifolia.
– Hargreaves (1964) documented Macadamia integrifolia in the book “Tropical Trees of Hawaii.”
– Taboada & Guadarrama (2004) discussed alternative crops in Mexico, including Macadamia integrifolia.
– Prasannath et al. (2021) conducted research on Neopestalotiopsis species causing flower diseases in Macadamia integrifolia in Australia.

Other sources:
– The Australian Plant Name Index (APNI) in the IBIS database provides information on Macadamia integrifolia.
– G. J. Harden’s work on Macadamia integrifolia is available in the New South Wales Flora Online.
– Wikimedia Commons hosts media related to Macadamia integrifolia.
– The article stub on Macadamia integrifolia in the Australian eudicot category can be expanded.
– The article stubs related to trees and Proteaceae can be developed further.

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