Angophora subvelutina

Angophora subvelutina, known as the Broad-leaved Apple, is a common woodland and forest tree of eastern Australia. Usually seen on river flats between 12 and 20 metres tall, though exceptional specimens exceed 35 metres tall. One of the habitats west of Sydney is on poorly drained alluvial flats near the Hawkesbury/Nepean river system. The explore...
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