New Guinea Walnut

Dracontomelon dao, also known as New Guinea walnut, is a large deciduous tree native to Southeast Asia. Its leaves are compound and its flowers are small and greenish-yellow. The fruit is a large, round drupe with a hard, woody shell that contains a single seed. The fruit is edible but very sour and is often used to make pickles or vinegar. The wood is durable and used for construction, furniture, and carvings. The tree is also used in traditional medicine to treat various ailments.

New Guinea Walnut

(Dracontomelon dao)



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