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Can anyone identify this seed pod/ fruit

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Rhys hart starts with ...
Hello everyone,

I need some help identifying this fruit. It came from a large smooth barked tree.
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Julie says...
Rhys, se my response to Jenh below.
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jakfruit etiquette says...
It looks like a Castanospermum australe
(Moreton Bay chestnut or blackbean).
They usually have heaps of pods.
I would check the foliage and see if it matches.
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Rhys hart says...
Thank you so much for your reply! You’re correct! It is a Moreton bay chestnut. Thank you 😊
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