Monthly Archives: November 2019

Randia tuberculosa (Rubiaceae)

Randia tuberculosa with it’s distinctive longitudinally ribbed fruit, otherwise the spines give it away. Continue reading

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A long absence and a new direction

I have very surprised and rather moved when I came back to my blog page after a long absence to find an increase in subscribers and also a growth in the number of views the blog had received. Because of … Continue reading

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Thaleropia queenslandica (Myrtaceae)

Recently I came upon this tree, Thaleropia queenslandica, which is supposedly restricted to the Atherton Tableland and surrounding mountains. Suppoesedly this is one of the few species of Myrtaceae with stipules (I will look closer next time). Leaves were very … Continue reading

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