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a genus in the plant family of Euphorbiaceae.

Phyllanthus abnormis
North American plant; contains an unidentified toxin which causes liver and kidney damage manifested by compulsive walking, tenesmus, rectal prolapse, petechiation and death. Called also spurge.
Phyllanthus gasstroemii
may cause cyanide poisoning.
Phyllanthus lacunarius
causes gastroenteritis.
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Pandorea pandorana * * * * Petalostigma pubescens * * * Phebalium squameum * Philydrum lanuginosum * * Phyllanthus lacunarius * Petalostigma pubescens * Pluchea dentex/tetranthera * Poa spp.