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Jointed Baloghia - profile

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Scientific name: Baloghia marmorata
Conservation status in NSW: Vulnerable
Commonwealth status: Vulnerable
Profile last updated: 20 Nov 2018

Description

Jointed Baloghia is a shrub or small tree growing up to 8 m tall. The bark is greenish-cream, smooth or slightly vertically fissured. Leaves are 6.5 – 15 cm long, tapering at both the tips and the bases, and green and glossy on both surfaces. A pair of glands is situated on the margin of the leaf about 5 mm above the stalk, this makes the leaf appear jointed at the stem. Small white flowers are borne in clusters at the tips of side shoots. Fruits are fawn capsules about 2 cm in diameter, containing two to four dark-red and cream spotted seeds.

Distribution

Known only from the Lismore district in north-east NSW and the Tamborine Mountains and Springbrook area in south-east Queensland.

Habitat and ecology

  • In NSW, Jointed Baloghia is found in subtropical rainforest, notophyll vine forest and wet sclerophyll forest on soils derived from basalt.
  • Found between 150m and 550m above sea level.

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South Eastern QueenslandScenic Rim Known None