Pouteria myrsinoides is an Australian tree in the Sapotaceae family. The common names include Yellow Plumwood, Axe-handle Wood and Blunt-leaved Coondoo. It occurs in seaside rainforests and drier rainforests from the Forster, New South Wales to the Lakeland Downs in tropical Queensland. The subspecies reticulata occurs on Lord Howe Island and in New Caledonia.
A small tree, up to 12 metres tall and a stem diameter of 25 cm. Leaves are 2 to 10 cm long and 1 to 4 cm wide. Flowering occurs between May and November, sometimes as early as February. The fruit is a thin fleshed, purple/black berry, 1.5 to 3 cm long, containing one to three seeds.
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