Brown Paperbark Tree Species in Night Dragon | World Anvil
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Brown Paperbark Tree (Tree)

Brown Paperbark is one of the type of tree from the Dark Wood Forest used for cooking and paper making. It's rarely to cut down the tree with the wood only used in table, beach top or long term fanceing then replace with new tree. It mainly grow in the wild in the after looked after little bit.     Wood Type: Hardwood Wood Colour: light cream brown Colour: dark to mid brown Bark: Light brown, Dark brown    


It's one of the common tree in the Dark Wood Forest where the ground too wet it rare to seen in west or north of the Dark Wood Forest where the land is too wet for heavily grow. It also can't live in little to no sun light areas but go well in the higher level in the rock soil in the east of the Dark Wood Forest    

Used for:

Used for smoking, paper making, cooking and tea. The older the bark is the better it is for burning and cooking food. With young bark used for paper making for the bark light colour and sort texture usually mix with sugar wheat or spare wood chips to add strength and other left over from other plants.  


It say the name Paperbark was from a old yellow orange tree from a far away land.

Basic Information


It has light wash with white brown body colour with dark bark on the tree which is the older bank. The bark fully covers all the wood around the tree.

Biological Traits

It's bark go though ages from light brown to Dark brown and can fall of the tree at anytime during it life.

Growth Rate & Stages

The tree starts growing bark from six to eight months. Takes eight years for the tree to fully grow and make the most bark

Biological Cycle

From young to old this tree will keep growing new bark with the old falling of the tree through the year.

Additional Information

Uses, Products & Exploitation

This is rarely used for wood it used for it bark from the young bark to the old bark then grows every month.
Dark Wood Tree,
20-30 years
Conservation Status
It is protected from being over debark and keep the tree healthy for the wood and the best bark. Grow is stable in the wild with little help from the people unless needed.
Geographic Distribution


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