Brachychiton Schott & Endl.

Androgynophore present. Flowers unisexual, more than 10 mm long. Sepals petaloid, petals absent. Epicalyx absent. Anthers 2-locular. Trees. Brachychiton
Calyx bright coral-red, glabrous, 1–2 cm diam. Mature fruits c. 12 cm long. Leaves coriaceous, usually more than 10 cm long, palmately 5–7-lobed at juvenile stage, later becoming entire and ± ovate. Petioles stout. Coast and adjacent plateaus. RF. Fl. summer. Flame Tree Brachychiton acerifolius
Calyx creamy white, slightly downy pubescent outside, splashed with red and yellow inside, 1–2 cm diam. Fruits 4–7 cm long. Leaves thin; juvenile leaves often 3- or sometimes 5-lobed; mature leaves ovate to lanceolate or 3-lobed, c. 4 cm long, with slender petioles. Cumberland Plain; valleys of the Blue Mts e.g. Capertee; basalt areas in the drier parts of Hornsby Plateau. Fl. summer. Kurrajong Brachychiton populneuspopulneus