Rainforest riches - Australian Geographic ~ Fruit of the brown tulip oak (Argyrodendron trifoliolatum). When caught in the wind, the propeller-like fruit twirl over and through the forest - carrying the seeds well away from the parent tree
Peanut Tree- Sterculia quadrifida - Large, eye-catching red fruit with shiny black seeds. Raw or roasted seeds taste similar to peanuts. Sap used by Aborigines in Northern Australia to treat wounds and stings.
Learning a tree's botanical parts is useful for tree owners forest managers. Also, use these tree parts and markers to make a positive tree identification.: Parts of a Tree, Use the Flower, Cone and Fruit to Identify a Tree