terminalia ferdinandiana

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A tree native to Australia with a green pointy almond-sized plum-like fruit having the highest source of vitamin C in the world. Also known as Billygoat plum. Flaky bark, pale green leaves, small creamy-white flowers. Fruit can be eaten raw. Inner bark used medicinally for wounds, ringworm, fungus, anti-bacterial.
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tetrodonta, with a variety of woody species such as Erythrophleum chlorostachys, Xanthostemon paradoxus, and Terminalia ferdinandiana as canopy subdominants, over a sparse understory of perennial and annual grasses such as Sorghum, Chrysopogon, and Ericahne spp.
clavigera, Xanthostemon paradoxus, (Myrtaceae), Erythrophleum chlorostachys (Caesalpiniaceae), Terminalia ferdinandiana (Combretaceae), Cochlospermum fraseri (Bixaceae), Planchonia careya (Lecythidiaceae), and Buchanania obovata (Anacardiaceae); nomenclature follows Dunlop et al.
clavigera, Erythrophleum chlorostachys, Xanthostemon paradoxus, and Buchanania obovata; the fully deciduous species were Terminalia ferdinandiana, Cochlospermum fraseri, and Planchonia careya.