(Native Hop) is a very common and widespread native species that
occurs in dry to damp sclerophyll forests, and also near the coast. It is
often a small tree. The leaves are sticky on both surfaces and are
typically widest near the tip, blunt or with a short, soft point (a
mucro), and are often about 5 cm long and about 1cm wide.
The distinctive three-winged fruit are unique to this species and
its less common relative, D.