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Cinnamomum oliveri

Synonyms: Cryptocarya camphorata; Cryptocarya glaucescens var. camphorata

Wikipedia Abstract

Cinnamomum oliveri is a rainforest tree growing at the eastern coastal parts of Australia. It grows from the Illawarra district (34° S) in New South Wales to Cape York Peninsula at the northern tip of Australia. The southern most limit of natural distribution is on the volcanic cliffs above the town of Gerroa and nearby on the sand in rainforest behind Seven Mile Beach, New South Wales. Cinnamomum oliveri, has several common names, such as the camphorwood, Oliver's sassafras, black sassafras and cinnamonwood. It is a medium to large tree to around 30 metres tall and 75 cm in diameter.
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Predators

Chaetocneme critomedia (Banded Red-eye)[1]
Graphium sarpedon (Green triangle butterfly)[1]

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1Species Interactions of Australia Database, Atlas of Living Australia, Version ala-csv-2012-11-19
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