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Angophora inopina

Status: Vulnerable on the EPBC Act list

Angophora inopina, Family Myrtaceae, also known as Charmhaven Apple, is a small to large tree, up to 8 m high. It is often multi-stemmed. The bark consists of short fibres and the flowers are creamy white. Flowering takes place principally between mid-December and mid-January, but is generally poor and sporadic.

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  • Australian Government, Conservation Advice, Angophora inopina

    Threats The main identified threats to A. inopina are habitat loss; fragmentation and water table alteration from residential; agricultural and industrial developments frequent fire grazing and trampling by animals and competition from weeds; in particular Whiskey Grass (Andropogon virginicus) (NSW Scientific Committee; 1998 Bell; 2004).