Zieria


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Zieria

an Australian genus of shrubs and trees of the Rutaceae family.

Zieria arborescens
causes atypical interstitial pneumonia in cattle. There is a grunting dyspnea and a nasal discharge. Called also stinkwood.
Zieria laevigata, Zieria smithii
suspected of causing cyanide poisoning.
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In this current study it was noted that the generally brownish colouration of Lipotriches flavoviridis (species group) (Halictidae) bees blended effectively with the brownish stems of the scorched Pimelea linifolia and Zieria smithii skeletons that some of these bees roosted upon in recently burnt bushland in 2003.
pterocaulon Verbena officinalis * * * * (introduced) Wikstroemia indica * Zieria arborescens * * Zieria smithii * * Totals 77 45 47 50 Table 1 Number of economic plants in each zone and the percentage of each as the total economic plants for each zone NC NT NWS NWP Food species 220 (74%) 140 (76%) 160 (77%) 164 (77%) Non-food species 77 (26%) 45 (24%) 48 (23%) 50 (23%) Totals 297 185 208 214 Note: NC=North Coast, NT=Northern Tablelands, NWS=Northwest Slopes, NWP=Northwest Plains.