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Description: Diploglottis campbellii is a rainforest tree northern New South Wales and southeastern Queensland. Growing to 30 metres tall, it is commonly known as the small-leaved tamarind. It is rare and threatened and is restricted to a small number of sites, each with a maximum of 3 trees per site.
Size: 8m Tall / 5m Wide
Edible: Yes, large red/orange fruits with a delicious, tangy pulp.
Pollinator: Yes, many flowers in Summer.
Nitrogen / Biomass: Does not fix Nitrogen but coils be used as a biomass accumulator for chop and drop.
Deciduous: Evergreen, non-deciduous.
Native Distribution: Rivervine rainforest areas of New South Wales and Queensland.