(J.R.Forst.& G.Forst.) Vahl.
A member of the Elaeocarpaceae family, it is found on both the North and South Island's of New Zealand, but not on Stewart Island. The leaves are dark green, with a toothed edge. On the underside of the leaf small domatia are present. Clusters of small white flowers are produced in spring, and in late summer the flowers form into a fleshy fruit.
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