|Large tree, up to 35 m. Usually buttressed. White flowers. Fruit is a brown capsule, bird attracting.|
The tree produces a well-regarded mahogany timber, suited to cabinet work, carving and boat building.
It occurs in tropical, sub-tropical and littoral rainforests in Eastern Australia as well as on the Pacific Islands.
Natural Medical Properties
The fruits are used in the treatment of wounds
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Related (same family) to Mahogany (Swietenia macrophylla, #38). Freshly cut bark has an onion type scent.