Cape Cleveland Fitzalan’s plants

Extracted from: Essay on the plants collected by Mr Eugene Fitzalan
during Lieut. Smith’s Expedition to the Estuary of the Burdekin 1860
. Each plant is listed below with the Collection name (bold) followed by notes and the current scientific name (italic).

Turraea pubescens, Percy Island. On the Burdekin
northward as far as opposite Halifax Bay, Turraea pubescens

Melhania oblongifolia, Cleveland Bay. Shrub 8-10 feet high. Leaves and indument are subject to many variations. Melhania oblongifolia

Sida indica, Cleveland Bay, Abutilon indicum

Pseudanthus pimeloides, Cape Cleveland.A shrub 6-8 feet high. Flowers, according to Mr. Fitzalan, white in a recent state. Pseudanthus ligulatus

Celastrus dispermus, Cape Cleveland, Maytenus
disperma

Crotalaria laburnifolia, Cape Cleveland, Crotalaria laburnifolia

Hoya dalrympleana, On Granite Hills at Cape Cleveland., Hoya australissubsp. australis, Mueller, F.J.H. von (1860), Essay on the plants collected by Mr Eugene Fitzalan during Lieut. Smith’s Expedition to the Estuary of the Burdekin: 16 [tax. nov.] Type: “in granite Hills at Cape Cleveland”

Maba geminata, Cleveland Bay, Diospyros geminata

Clerodendron inerme, Cleveland Bay, Clerodendrum inerme

Tecoma australis, Cape Cleveland; found also in
Albany Island. F. M., Pandorea pandorana

Persoonia falcata, Cape Cleveland, Persoonia falcata

Dipodium punctatum, Cape Cleveland, D.
ensifolium? or D. variegatum?