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Plant Form: medium to large tree.
Size: Usually up to 15 m but can grow up to 40 m tall.
Stem: Reddish brown, cracking and flaking trunk.
Leaves: Compound of 20-30 toothed leaflets giving jagged edged appearance. On opposite sides (pinnate).
Flowers: White flowers about 5 mm long, in drooping clusters.
Fruit and Seeds: Elongated, smooth, olive-like stone fruit to about 3 cm long.
Habitat: Seasonally dry tropical woodlands, roadsides, waterways.
Distinguishing Features: White flowers compared to purple or lilac of lookalike native White cedar (Melia azedarach)