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I'm sure someone can tell me?
Category: Nature  ID: 7674
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Date Posted: 3-Jul-20
Subject gender: Male & Female
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Brisbane
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3-Mar-21  (198 days ago)
Could certainly be either of those. I'll have a closer look next time I pass by to see if there are any thorns.
2-Mar-21  (199 days ago)
try this...Dombeya tiliacea aka Forest wild pear or aka Cape wedding flowerf, as stoppy says, hard to tell from just the flower but if ya google one of those names, it might help....might not too :D
2-Mar-21  (199 days ago)
I would have a guess at Bougainvillea? If it has sharp long thorns? dunno though, hard to tell from just the flowers?
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