This is yet another of the Teminalia species and like most of the others, it is also high in Vitamin C. It is predominantly found in the Kimberley's although it does extend into Arnhem Land and the Gulf of Carpentaria. As can bee seen in the above photograph, it is rather a spindly tree and enjoys growing in rocky ground. It tends to grow from 2 metres up to 10 metres in height. During the period of Oct, Nov, Dec it produces cream coloured flowers, after which, during the wet season the tear dropped fruit appear.
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