Definition of Harpullia pendula
1. Noun. Australian tree yielding a variegated tulipwood.
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Literary usage of Harpullia pendula
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1. A Text-book of Wood by Herbert Stone (1921)
"... met with that have the characters of a fibre at one end and of a parenchyma-cell at the other (Harpullia pendula, Moll and Janssonius, III, p. 402). ..."
2. Official Year Book of New South Wales by Australian Bureau of Statistics (1897)
"The tulip-wood (Harpullia pendula) is a tall tree with beautifully marked timber of various shades, and susceptible of a fine polish. ..."