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Randia nicaraguensis Randia nicaraguensis is a plant species endemic to Nicaragua. It occurs in tropical drought-deciduous forests at elevations below 850 m.
Randia moorei "Randia moorei" was described by George Bentham in his "Flora Australiensis" in 1867. It is one of many plants named in honour of Charles Moore. Unlike several other Australian species, it was not transferred to the genus "Atractocarpus", and remains in the genus "Randia", historically a wastebasket taxon for the time being. New South Wales botanist Gwen Harden classified it in the genus "Xeromphis".
Randia moorei present. The fragrant flowers occur in groups of three at the ends or on the side of branchlets, and are followed by a round golden berry, measuring 0.6–0.9 cm long.
Randia moorei To complicate matters, the spiny gardenia resembles the Cockspur Vine ("Maclura cochinchinensis") and invasive small-leaved privet ("Ligustrum sinense"), so inadvertent removal is possible.
Randia moorei Growing as a shrub or small tree, "Randia moorei" reaches 8 m (25 ft) in height. Its roots can sucker if disturbed. There are often spines on the stems. Broadly oval, the leaves measure 2–6 cm (0.8-2.4 in) in length by 1–3 cm (0.4-1.4 in) wide, with a narrow tip.
Randia nicaraguensis "Randia nicaraguensis" is a dioecious, deciduous shrub or small tree up to 3 m tall, with a spiny trunk, spiny twigs and exfoliating bark. Leaves are thick and leathery, obovate to lanceolate with winged rachis, the blade up to 10 cm long. Flowers are produced in the tips of branches. Flowers are trumpet-shaped, white or yellow with a green center, up to 15 mm long. Fruits are hard, spherical, up to 70 mm in diameter.
Randia aculeata Randia aculeata, commonly known as white indigoberry or white indigo berry, is a species in the Rubiaceae. It is a shrub or small tree that grows from 2 to 6 m tall. "R. aculeata" is native to Florida, Bermuda, the Bahamas, elsewhere among the Caribbean islands, and also from Mexico south through Central and South America to Colombia.
Randia (plant) Carl Linnaeus retained the name "Randia", applied by Houston to commemorate Isaac Rand.
Randia moorei Randia moorei, commonly known as the spiny gardenia, is a rare Australian shrub growing in the far north eastern areas of the state of New South Wales and adjacent areas in Queensland. The habitat is subtropical rainforest north of Lismore.
Randia carlosiana Randia carlosiana is a species of plant in the Rubiaceae family. It is endemic to Ecuador.