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The Prickly leaved paperbark produces masses of creamy pale yellow flowers attracting birds, bees and butterflies. The prickly foliage provides nesting sites for small native birds. It is a medium tree to a maximum height of 20m. It is widespread in NSW and occurs in tableland and coastal areas north of Nowra into Queensland.
M. styphelioides grows along stream banks and low-lying areas and will handle saline soils. In its natural environment, has a long life span of up to 100 years.
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