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Rubus moluccanus, Molucca bramble or Broad-leaf Bramble,[2] is a scrambling shrub or climber, native to moist eucalyptus forest and rainforest of eastern Australia, distributed from Queensland to Victoria. Molucca bramble leaves are simple with 3-5 lobes, 2–15 cm long, and 3–10 cm wide, and the lower surface tomentose. Flowers pinkish red or white. Red fruit is 1.2 cm wide.[3]

Uses

Regarded as a tasty edible fruit. Eaten out-of-hand, and used commercially to a limited extent in jams and sauces.

Written on June 18th, 2012 , Fruits Tags:

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