Trees, or tall shrubs (includes Celtis & Trema previously Ulmaceae) Cannabaceae
Leaves not palmately compound
At least the undersurface of the leaves smooth or hairy Celtis
Leaves entire, elliptic to lanceolate, 5–8 cm long, acuminate, with translucent dots, scarcely oblique; both surfaces glabrous. Inflorescence many-flowered. Fruit ovoid or globular, 4–6 mm diam., blue-black. Coast and adjacent plateaus. RF and gullies Celtis paniculata
Leaves dentate. Inflorescence 1–few-flowered. Upper surface of leaves scabrous, lamina ovate, 5–12 cm long, acuminate, margins coarsely toothed; oblique at the base; glabrous or pubescent underneath. Fruit globular, c. 8 mm diam., orange-red. Naturalized in places along the Nepean River. Introd. from N. America. Hackberry Celtis occidentalis