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Identify a Tree

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Richard Phillips starts with ...
Hello everyone,

I'd like to find out what type of tree this is. Please see photos attached.
Any help would be appreciated.
Richard.
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Richard Phillips
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18th May 2018 2:48pm
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Pademelon1 says...
Hi Richard,

The photos you have attached leave a lot in question, so for a better id a picture of flowers and/or fruit, as well as a better close-up foliage photo would be beneficial.

Having said that, judging from picture 2, It looks like a tuckeroo tree (cupaniopsis anacardioides) in my opinion.

Regards,
Pademelon1
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Richard Phillips says...
Thanks Pademelon1 - we also thought that it is a Tuckeroo.

Regards,

Richard
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