Soft Tree-fern

Dicksonia antarctica Labill.

This fern has a thick errect trunk with large spreading fronds that feature a thick hairy base and are rough in texture.

Note:This species is protected in the wild in Tasmania

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What habitats does Dicksonia antarctica live in?

Rainforest; Wet Eucalypt Forest; Gullies in dry forest

What is the distribution of Dicksonia antarctica?

From south-eastern Queensland, through the NSW and Victoria coast and in Tasmania

How big does Dicksonia antarctica grow?

Can grow up to 15m in height

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