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Edible Plant Species

Fuchsia corymbiflora Ruiz. & Pav. Onagrarieae. FUCHSIA.
The fruit is said by J. Smith to be wholesome and not unpalatable.

F. denticulata Ruiz. & Pav. FUCHSIA.
The acid fruits are edible.

F. racemosa Lam. FUCHSIA.
Santo Domingo.
It produces edible, acid fruits.

Fusanus (Eucarya) acuminatus R. Br. Santalaceae. NATIVE PEACHES. QUANDONG NUT.
Both the succulent outer part and kernel are edible. The seeds are eaten as almonds. Lindley says the fruit is as sweet and useful to the New Hollanders as almonds are to us.

F. persicarius F. Muell.
The bark of the root of this small variety of the sandal tree is roasted by the Murray tribe of Australian natives in hot ashes and eaten. It has no taste but is very nutritious. The native name is quantong.

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