Corymbia Terminalis

Corymbia terminalis, also known as the Desert Bloodwood, is a tree native to Australia. The tree is most well known for the distinctive red sap that it exudes. Australian Aboriginal people collect bush coconuts (a type of bush tucker) from the tree, which are produced by an insect in gall.

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