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Sambucus australasica, commonly known as Yellow Elderberry or Native Elderberry is an eastern Australian shrub, usually found in and on the edges of rainforest.

Compound leaves are imparipinnate in form. With a total length of between 6 to 25 cm. Three to five leaflets are reverse lanceolate or narrow-elliptic in shape. 2 to 10 cm long and 0.4 to 3 cm wide. Glossy above, toothed and hairless. A small gland may be seen at the base of the leaflet.[1] The compound leaf stem is between 2 and 10 cm long. The leaflet stems are 2 to 5 mm long.

A shrub up to 4 metres tall. Scented, creamy yellow flowers form from October to March. The yellow round shaped fruit are 5 mm in diameter.

Written on August 28th, 2012 , Fruits Tags:

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