Group A

LEAVES MADE UP OF 2 OR MORE LEAFLETS (COMPOUND LEAVES


A1: LEAVES ALTERNATE, NO TERMINAL LEAFLET.


NATIVE QUINCE

Alectryon subcinereus

Leaflets 2-6, a few teeth on the edge in upper half; a swelling where leaflet joins the leaf stalk and where leaf stalk joins the stem.




A2: LEAVES ALTERNATE, TERMINAL LEAFLET PRESENT


SCENTLESS ROSEWOOD

Synoum glandulosum

Leaflets 5-9, edges smooth, underside with small "hair tufts" at some angles between mid and lateral veins. Whole leaf not longer than 40 cm.


PENCIL CEDAR

Polyscias murrayi

Leaflets 9-31 or more, edges usually with fine teeth; small "gland" on stalk between each pair of leaflets. Whole leaf up to 1 m long.


A3: LEAVES OPPOSITE, TERMINAL LEAFLET PRESENT


PINKWOOD

Eucryphia moorei

Leaflets firm, edges smooth, tip rounded, with fine point; first pair of leaflets near stem.


YELLOW ELDERBERRY

Sambucus australasica

Leaflets soft, edges toothed, tip pointed; first pair of leaflets distant from stem.