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Habitat.

— The, localities quoted by Bentham are:—

Queensland. — Brisbane, Burnett and Boyd Rivers (F. Mueller).

New South Wales. — Grose River (R. Brown); Parramatta (Caley, Woolls) (the inflorescence more bristly than usual); Clarence and Macleay Rivers (Beckler).

The following localities are represented in the National Herbarium of New South Wales:—

New South Wales. — Camden (A. H. S. Lucas); Cobbitty (J.H.M.); Penrith, Mulgoa. I know no readily accessible district with finer Apple-trees (J.H.M. and R. H. Cambage); between Kingswood and St. Mary's (W. F. Blakely and J. L. Boorman); Mount Victoria (J.H.M.); 25-30 feet, 1 foot diameter; generally grows near watercourses on tops of mountains in this district (A. Murphy, Woy Woy); Upper Hawkesbury River (J.H.M.); Stroud district (A. Rudder); Gloucester district (J.H.M.); Woodford Island, Clarence River (E. J. Hadley); Copmanhurst (Rev. R. M. H. Rupp; E. Cheel); Casino (Forestry Commission); Lismore (W. Baeuerlen); Tenterfield to Sandy Flat (J.H.M.); Acacia Creek (W. Dunn, No. 366).

Queensland. — Ennogera (C. T. White); Maryborough (W. H. Williams),. Kilcoy (J.Mcminn); Eight-mile Plains (J. L. Boorman); “Bulburri, 15th January, 1844” (L. Leichhardt).

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