Barringtonia careya F.Muell.
Planchonia careya is a tree species in the family Lecythidaceae. Common names include cocky apple, cockatoo apple and billygoat plum. It produces an edible fruit which tastes like quince. Indigenous Australians use the bark and leaves in medications. The bark and roots were also used as a fish poison. It should not be confused with Terminalia ferdinandiana, with which it shares some common names.
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