quandong


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quandong

, quandang, quantong
1. 
a. a small Australian santalaceous tree, Eucarya acuminata (or Fusanus acuminatus)
b. the edible fruit or nut of this tree, used in preserves
2. silver quandong
a. the pale easily worked timber of this tree
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Painted quandong, kurrajongs and acacia seeds and 'porcupine' (5) quills were used to make necklaces, earrings and trinkets.
50): Enriched with unique plant extracts, such as Quandong seed oil treats both the scalp and hair helping to improve itchy and flaky conditions and is excellent for treating psoriasis, eczema and dandruff.
Palm fronds and silky-oak branches thrashed the sides of the house and quandong berries pelted the verandas like hail.
Henzell says the long-standing suppression of mulga and other trees and shrubs--such as bullock bush, sandalwood, quandong, native honeysuckle and native apricot--by rabbits and other introduced animals, is a serious state of affairs because these woody perennials contribute more to landscape stability than short lived, less drought-tolerant plants.
It could be argued that the more English-looking two-word terms SILVER QUANDONG and SLIP REGULATOR are improvements.
Avis Gale was born 52 years ago under a Quandong tree near Ceduna, on the edge of the flat, dry Nullabor Plain in central South Australia.
So much so, that occasionally in the south of the country in the Pearl River and Quandong areas that there is occasional need to shut down non-essential uses of electricity to allow for manufacturing to continue.
THE quandong is an unusual plant in more than one respect.