Callitris rhomboidea, R. Br.2) (C.(?) cupressiformis, Vent.; C. arenosa, Sweet; Frenela rhomboidea, Endl.; F Ventenatii, Mirb.; F arenosa, A. Cunn.; F triquetra, Spach; F. attenuata, A. Cunn.; Cupressus australis, Desf.; Thuja austral is, Poir.;
1) Computed for 17°.
2) Baker and Smith, Joe. cit. p. 220.
T. articulata, Tenore) is also known as cypress pine and occurs in certain localities of Queensland and New South Wales.
The yield of oil from the leaves distilled in January amounted to 0,0335 p.c: d22/15o 0,8826; aD - -19,2°; nD26o1,4747; ester content (hot) 30,43 p.c, (cold) 29,78 p.c, computed as C10H17Ococh3; soluble in 7 vol. of 80 p.c. alcohol. Of borneol the oil contains but traces. The ester consisted almost exclusively of geranyl acetate. Probably a-pinene, /-limonene and dipentene are present.