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albertlancaster starts with ...
This tree is in Bicentennial park, Sydney and a ranger told me he thought it was a Macadamia. I opened up one of the 'nuts' and it has three, small, peanut-like seeds/nuts inside and they are an orangy-red with black at the fatter end. Does anyone know what kind of tree it is?
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Farouk says...
Hi Albert,

do you have any photos?
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brad16 says...
Hard to see since an actual picture doesn't appear with the post, but from the thumbnail image they look like Tuckeroo (Cupaniopsis anacardioides) to me. Being in Bicentennial Park and the time of year you found them, that kind of makes sense, but a ranger mistaking them for macadamia doesn't.
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albertlancaster says...
These are the pics I originally posted. DOn't know why they didn't show up.
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albertlancaster says...
Hi Brad, I believe you are correct. With your clue I looked it up here https://allcreativedesigns.com.au/pages/galltrees11.html) and it seems to be the exact match.
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