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Cherry ballart

Exocarpos cupressiformis

Description:

Small tree about 6 m tall. Leaves scale-like. Fruiting pedicels fleshy, orange to red.

Habitat:

North facing slope in dry sclerophyll forest.

Notes:

This species is a root hemiparasite. This tree was found growing near Eucalyptus sp., which was probably its host.

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2 Comments

Hello rjwhite2453 and Welcome to the Project Noah community!
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Neil Ross
Neil Ross a year ago

Welcome to Project Noah, rjwhite2453. I've not heard of this species before, so a great introduction, and a nice first spotting too. Cheers for adding the reference links and notes as well. I hope you enjoy the site :)

Robert White
Spotted by
Robert White

Tasmania, Australia

Spotted on Dec 31, 2018
Submitted on Jan 19, 2019

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