Brachychiton discolor, common names include pink lacebark, lacebark tree, lace kurrajong, pink kurrajong, scrub bottle tree or white kurrajong. The tree grows up to 30 metres tall featuring pink flowers without petals. The trunk is straight, grey and cylindrical, up to 75 cm in diameter. Not
buttressed at the base. Twigs hairy, brown and smooth. Leaves are hairy; lobed in three, five or seven points. 10 to 20 cm in diameter. Whitish underneath, dark green above. Leaf veins visible on both sides. Flowers form from November to February. The flowers are pink, almost without stalks, 3 to 4 cm in diameter. Separate male and female flowers without petals. The fruit is a hairy boat shaped follicle maturing from December to July. 7 to 20 cm long, containing up to 30
seeds, 9 mm long. Wood used as shields by Indigenous Australians. Roasted seeds edible to humans.
168.00 Location C2 Latitude: -38.4019780000000 Longitude: 146.050946000000