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The ripe fruits of the quandong tree. Quandongs are a native species. Jams and chutneys made from quandong fruits can be found in specialty food stores. The hard kernels of the fruit have been used as ornaments and toys by both aborigines and European settlers.

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Fruit on the Quandong Tree
Fruit on the Quandong Tree
by CSIRO

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