Akeake is the name of at least three New Zealand species of tree: Akeake is a small tree. The name goes back to pre-European times when it was used in different areas of New Zealand. In post-European times it is used most frequently, but not exclusively, for Dodonaea viscosa. Akeake is a Māori word meaning `poor or infertile land`,. But the tre.....
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(from the article `Sapindales`) ...halicacabum), an annual from the tropics and subtropics, is grown for its small balloonlike fruits in many areas, where it sometimes escapes and ...
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