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  • www.qm.qld.gov.au © The State of Queensland, (Queensland Museum) 2011 ...

    Queensland Bush Foods Moreton Bay Chestnut or Black Bean Castanospermum australe The seeds of this tree are toxic, but can be eaten after much processing. ... The Moreton Bay Chestnut tree and seedpods. Image: QM. Bunya Trees, their nuts and the marks of footholds cut in the trunk by Aboriginal axes.

  • Memoirs of the Queensland Museum - Culture

    344, 351. Ballow, Dr David Keith (1804-1850). Assistant Surgeon at Moreton Bay. ... 1, 7). 23, 25, 27. Dangar accompanied Leichhardt on part of his journey to Moreton Bay.

  • Memoirs of the Queensland Museum - Culture

    24 December. The moreton bay chestnut grows in Mr Scott’s garden. ... The stamens are deciduous and are absent in inner flowers. The fruit is a long pod with three chestnut-like seeds, which are roasted and eaten by the savages of Moreton

  • In this ecological study, you will find out what ...

    Honeyeaters Lorikeets. Gliders Flying-foxes. Fruit (e.g. Syzgium berries, Moreton Bay fi gs). ... Fairy-Wrens Brown with blue tail (female); black and red or blue, with chestnut wings (male).

  • Memoirs of the Queensland Museum (ISSN 0079-8835)

    MATERIAL. HOLOTYPE: , Type/Casnonia aliena Pascoe Type/Moreton Bay/Pascoe Coll./Casnonia aliena Pasc. ... NEW RECORDS (14 EX.): Narrabeen, 29.xii.1983, GH (HNMB); Bateman’s Bay, 22.i.1963, IC, MU (ANIC); NSW (ANIC).

  • backyard_explorer_4.indd

    Honeyeaters Lorikeets. Gliders Flying-foxes. Fruit (e.g. Syzgium berries, Moreton Bay fi gs). ... Fairy-Wrens Brown with blue tail (female); black and red or blue, with chestnut wings (male).

  • In this ecological study, you will find out what ...

    Honeyeaters Lorikeets. Gliders Flying-foxes. Fruit (e.g. Syzgium berries, Moreton Bay fi gs). ... Fairy-Wrens Brown with blue tail (female); black and red or blue, with chestnut wings (male).

  • backyard_explorer_4.indd

    Honeyeaters Lorikeets. Gliders Flying-foxes. Fruit (e.g. Syzgium berries, Moreton Bay fi gs). ... Fairy-Wrens Brown with blue tail (female); black and red or blue, with chestnut wings (male).


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