Small-leaved Hazelwood - profile

Indicative distribution


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Scientific name: Symplocos baeuerlenii
Conservation status in NSW: Vulnerable
Commonwealth status: Vulnerable
Profile last updated: 07 Sep 2012

Description

Small-leaved Hazelwood is a tall shrub or small tree growing up to 7 m tall, with smooth dark-brown bark with vertical fissures. The branchlets are very slender and hairy at the tips. Leaves are thin and lance-shaped with fine tips, and 4 - 9 cm long. There are four to eight irregular teeth on each side of the leaf. Small cream flowers are borne in clusters back within the leaves, and are followed by shiny succulent red fruit. These are oval-shaped, 8 - 10 mm long and contain a single seed.

Distribution

Small-leaved Hazelwood occurs in Nightcap and Mount Jerusalem National Parks and in the Tweed and Brunswick Valleys in north-east NSW. It also has a limited occurrence in south-east Queensland.

Habitat and ecology

  • Warm temperate rainforest on less fertile soils derived from rhyolite.

Regional distribution and habitat

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Information sources

CMA CMA sub-region Known or predicted Geographic restrictions region
Northern RiversMurwillumbah (Qld - Southeast Hills and Ranges) Known None
Northern RiversRichmond - Tweed (Qld - Scenic Rim) (Part A) Known within Mount Jerusalem NP, Nightcap NP, Goonengerry NP and Whian Whian SCA and within a 5 km buffer around these reserves