Photos (1) & (2) stipules, consistent with Fig 27, Flora of NZ . (3) & (4) front and back of leaf showing minute hairs in a band where they catch the light. (5) a twig with leaves. (6) a branch. I noted some half dozen of this species nearby, some having yellow regions on the upper side of the lamina. The leave clusters are distant. The leaves are small and thin.
(1) the finger width is 2 cm, so the lamina is about 2 cm. (2) Stipule looks consistent to me with Fig 29, Flora of NZ (3) The green colour shows it is not mamangi, which grows nearby. (4) C. spathulata is on the right, and grows out horizontally to the left.
( C. tenuicaulis in background. )
Maybe 2 cm long.
Closer to the road gate than the blackberry, but I saw other P. macilenta there near the blackberry.
All diameters are over 40 cm, the length of the hat, below where the trunks join. The tree is over 15 m high, and spreading. The bark peels upwards from the bottom. I felt this was K. robusta partly because other species of Kunzea grow far away, or on sand or cliffs. I found leaves on the ground nearby. Photo 8 leaf is 15 to 16 x 3 mm, and photo 7 shows a collection of leaves. Fresh growing twigs were not available for inspecting hairs on them. Flowers were not available to be classed as like a corymb, but some persistent capsules could show this.
(1) shows whole sapling
(2) shows the central ridge
(3) shows bark thickness
A sapling, 1.5 m high.
Our female tree is on the skyline, centre of photo. The white spheres are immature seed cones, entered as fruit below for phenology.