(F.M.Bailey) T.G.Hartley & L.M.Perry
Syzygium fibrosum is a species of rainforest trees native to monsoon forests of Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, and Australia. Common names include small red apple, (Bamaga) fibrous satinash and apricot satinash.
Leaves are opposite, smooth, leathery, elliptic, 5.5–11 cm long and 3.5–55 cm wide. The flowers are cream with numerous stamens. The pink or red fruit has a flattened globular shape and are about 2 cm wide, containing a singular seed.
- "Syzygium fibrosum". James Cook University: Discover Nature. Retrieved 2010-02-18.
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