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Syzygium suborbiculare, the red bush apple, is a small understorey tree native to open forests and woodland of northern Australia and Papua New Guinea. The tree or shrub typically grows to a height of 4 to 20 metres (13 to 66 ft). It blooms between June and November producing white flowers. Leaves are smooth, thick, leathery, broad oval 7.2–19 cm long. Flowers are white with numerous stamens. The edible fruit is flattened-globular, fleshy, prominently ribbed, 3–7 cm long, with a large seed.

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  • Syzygium suborbiculare är en myrtenväxtart som först beskrevs av George Bentham, och fick sitt nu gällande namn av Thomas Gordon Hartley och Lily May Perry. Syzygium suborbiculare ingår i släktet Syzygium och familjen myrtenväxter. Inga underarter finns listade i Catalogue of Life.
  • Syzygium suborbiculare, the red bush apple, is a small understorey tree native to open forests and woodland of northern Australia and Papua New Guinea. The tree or shrub typically grows to a height of 4 to 20 metres (13 to 66 ft). It blooms between June and November producing white flowers. Leaves are smooth, thick, leathery, broad oval 7.2–19 cm long. Flowers are white with numerous stamens. The edible fruit is flattened-globular, fleshy, prominently ribbed, 3–7 cm long, with a large seed.
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  • Syzygium suborbiculare, the red bush apple, is a small understorey tree native to open forests and woodland of northern Australia and Papua New Guinea. The tree or shrub typically grows to a height of 4 to 20 metres (13 to 66 ft). It blooms between June and November producing white flowers. Leaves are smooth, thick, leathery, broad oval 7.2–19 cm long. Flowers are white with numerous stamens. The edible fruit is flattened-globular, fleshy, prominently ribbed, 3–7 cm long, with a large seed. It is found on flood plains and rocky sandstone hills in the Kimberley region of Western Australia where it grows in sandy soils.
  • Syzygium suborbiculare är en myrtenväxtart som först beskrevs av George Bentham, och fick sitt nu gällande namn av Thomas Gordon Hartley och Lily May Perry. Syzygium suborbiculare ingår i släktet Syzygium och familjen myrtenväxter. Inga underarter finns listade i Catalogue of Life.
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