Scientific name: Lepiderema pulchella
Common names: Fine-leaved tuckeroo
Overview: Lepiderema pulchella is a small tree growing to 15 m high. It grows on creek and river banks at the edge of rainforests in northern New South Wales and south-east Queensland.
Threatening processes for Lepiderema pulchella include: invasion of habitat by introduced weeds, clearing and fragmentation of habitat for development and collection of seed for horticulture.