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Brown Tulip Oak

Brown Tulip Oak photo
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A Brown Tulip Oak also known as the White Booyong exists in the sub-tropical and dry sections of the Gondawana Rainforest.

They can grow up to 45m in height and are one of the most common canopy trees in the subtropical rainforest. The leaves are brown or copper coloured and the base of the trunk is strongly buttressed.


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Author & photographer: David Johnson (Virtual Oceania)

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