Published in Prodr. Stirp. Chap. Allerton 51 in 1796.
This grows wild near Port Jackson, and has leaves of different shapes and sometimes serrated, but in general quite entire, and resembling those of the Olive so much, as to deceive even botanists...
Also published in Cult. Prot. 114 in 1809.
Synonym of Hakea dactyloides (Gaertn.) Cav.