Electronic Flora of South Australia species Fact Sheet
Citation: C. Gardner, Bull. For. Dept W. Aust. 44:9 (1929).
Synonymy: Eucarya murrayaria T.L. Mitchell, Three Exped. Int. eastern Austral. 2:100 (1838); this name is accepted despite the opinion of Farr, E. R., Leussink, J. A. & Stafleu, F. A. (ed.) (1979), Index Nominum Genericorum 2:647, that it was first validly published by Sprague, T. A. & Summerhayes, V. S. (1927), Ken, Bull. 1927:196; should their opinion be accepted, the correct name for this species would be Santalum persicarium F. Muell., J. Trans. Vict. Inst. 1:41 ( 1855); Fusanus persicarius (F. Muell.)Benth., Fl. Aust. 6:216 (1873). , Eucarya murrayana, Mida persicaria
Common name: Bitter quandong, ming.
Published illustration: Cunningham et al. (1982) Plants of western New South Wales. p. 227.
Biology: The seed is edible.
Author: Not yet available
State Herbarium of South Australia