File:Melaleuca quinquenervia 2.jpg

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This Paperbark tree stands on the parking area of Mt. Coot-tha botanic garden, Brisbane, Australia Melaleuca quinquenervia as labelled there. Rare red flowered form, normally they are white-cream coloured. Australian native tree (NSW, QLD).

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Author Tatiana Gerus from Brisbane, Australia

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