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Leaves and flower buds of Galbulimima baccata

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Galbulimima baccata (Himantandraceae) is considered to belong to one of the world’s most primitive flowering plant families.

It is a tall tree and grows in well developed rainforest in north-east Queensland and south-east Queensland.

Although called many names, it is commonly referred to as either “Magnolia” or “Pigeonberry Ash”.

Photographer : Andrew Ford

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Leaves and flower buds of Galbulimima baccata
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