Endiandra merrilliana C.K.Allen
Endiandra glauca is a tree that can grow up to 24 metres tall. The bole can be up to 50cm in diameter, it is not buttressed[
The tree is harvested from the wild for its wood, which is a good quality cabinet timber but of too small a dimension for commercial use[
Australasia - New Guinea, Australia (northern Queensland).
Rain forests, rain forest margins and gallery forests; in soils derived from a variety of rock types; at elevations from sea level to 450 metres[
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The heartwood is dark coloured, and frequently very handsome. The wood is hard, close, and fine grained. It has a powerful aromatic fragrance throughout when fresh. It is said to be a very valuable timber and has been used to a limited extent for cabinet and ornamental purposes[
]. The wood is generally of too small a dimension for milling logs and commercial usage[
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