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This is a tree native to SE Qld dry rainforest/scrub areas. I saw this one near Dayboro last weekend. It was approx. 25m tall with base dia of 700mm. I last saw the timber in the Lockyer valley about 40 years ago. When cut it smells very distinctly of nuts which gave it the local name of Nutwood. Its timber is quite fine grained and very yellow in colour. There are no limbs for the first 15 metres. Does anyone have any ideas on what it might be? Sorry about the picture clarity but it was all I could get.
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