Syzygium smithii (Synonym: Acmena smithii)'Narrow-leaved form'— Narrow-leaved Lilly Pilly—MYRTACEAE.
Habitat— Subtropical, Warm-temperate and dry Rainforests.
Distribution—From the Sydney area in New South Wales North into Queensland.
Description—Small tree bordering streams.
Leaves.— Simple, opposite, intramarginal vein, entire, narrow—oblanceolate to very narrow—elliptic, 2 to 7 cm long, 4 to 6 times as long as wide, tapering at the apex, gradually tapering to base.
Inflorescence.—Panicles terminal. Petals ± circular, irregular in shape, 1 to 1.5 mm long, ± cohering. Stamens 1 to 3 mm long.
Fruit.— Globose, 8 to 20 mm diam., white to purple.