Neolitsea dealbata facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsHairy-leaved bolly gum
The species grows up to 12 metres high. It has glossy, elliptic to obovate leaves which have whitish undersides. Younger leaves and branchlets are covered with brown hairs. It has small, 2 mm long flowers followed by rounded, black fruits which are about 8 mm in diameter and ripen from mid-autumn to early winter (April to June in Australia).
The species was first formally described by Robert Brown in 1810 who gave it the name Tetranthera dealbata.
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