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The New Zealand native Olearia allomii is endemic to Great Barrier Island.
It grows on Mt Hobson and in the Awana Catchment - often next to Great Barrier kanuka, another endemic shrub.
Olearia allomii is known as the Great Barrier tree daisy. It has thick, leathery, bronze-backed leaves and grows to about one metre tall. It has small, sweet-scented daisy-like flowers in spring.
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