Cochlospermum fraseri is a tree in the family Bixaceae with common names cotton tree, kapok bush, and kapok tree. It is native to north western Australia (in Western Australia and the Northern Territory).
French botanist Jules Émile Planchon described this species in 1847 from Melville Island off the north coast of Australia. Two subspecies are recognised: subspecies fraseri, found mainly from Katherine to Melville Island, has smooth leaves and 2 mm-long bracts, and subspecies heteronemum, from ...
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