Emmenosperma alphitonioides F.Muell.
Mueller, F.J.H. von (1862) Fragmenta Phytographiae Australiae 3: 63. Type: Ad amnem Piri Creek; Dr. Ludw. Leichhardt. Ad flumen Clarence River; J. Wilcox. Ad montes Illawarrae; Sir W. Macarthur; A. Ralston.
Mountain Ash; Yellow Rosewood; Yellow Ash; Pink Ooline; Grey Ash; Dogwood; Bonewood; Ash, Yellow; Yellow Almond
Grows into a large, canopy tree. Living bark very bitter when chewed. Blaze bright yellow or yellowish brown. Bark often fissured and corky at the base of the stem, at the junction of the stem and lateral roots.
An attractive tree with glossy leaves in a dense crown. It has potential for planting in parks and gardens. Masses of small white flowers are followed by orange fruits which split to reveal red seeds.
Produces a useful general purpose timber.
Wood specific gravity 0.86. Cause et al. (1989).