Definition of Fusanus acuminatus
1. Noun. Australian tree with edible flesh and edible nutlike seed.
Terms within: Native Peach, Quandang, Quandong, Quantong, Quandong Nut
Group relationships: Eucarya, Fusanus, Genus Eucarya, Genus Fusanus
Generic synonyms: Tree
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Literary usage of Fusanus acuminatus
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1. Odorographia: A Natural History of Raw Materials and Drugs Used in the by John Charles Sawer (1892)
"... F. Muel., in West Australia; S. lanceolatum, R. Br., in North Australia, New South Wales, and Queensland; and Fusanus acuminatus of South Australia. ..."
2. The Principles of Leather Manufacture by H[enry] R[ichardson] Procter (1903)
"... and is of the catechol class, resembling gambier. O. arborea. Northern India. Leaves rich in tannin. Fusanus acuminatus (Santalum acuminatum), ..."
3. Austral English: A Dictionary of Australasian Words, Phrases, and Usages by Edward Ellis Morris (1898)
"TL Mitchell, 'Three Expeditions,' p. 135 : " In all these scrubs on the Murray the Fusanus acuminatus is common, and produces the ..."
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