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Solanum acanthodapis is endemic to the extreme north-east of New South Wales, around Lismore. It grows in canopy-gaps in notophyll rainforest, usually on basaltic clay-loams, but also on meta-sediments. It is endemic to the area formerly covered by the Tweed Shield Volcano, centered on the plutonic complex of Mount Warning.

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