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The gumbo-limbo is comically referred to as the tourist tree because the tree's bark is red and peeling, like the skin of sunburnt tourists, who are a common sight in the plant's range.
Seen in Dos Pos hills.
Lat: 12.24, Long: -68.36
Spotted on Sep 14, 2017 Submitted on Apr 29, 2018