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Medusagyne oppositifolia

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Medusagyne oppositifolia. Medusagyne oppositifolia, the jellyfish tree, is a critically endangered tree endemic to the island of Mahé, the Seychelles. It is the only member of the Medusagyne genus of the Ochnaceae family of tropical trees and shrubs. The plant gets its common name from the distinctive jellyfish-like shape of its dehisced fruit.

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Media ID 13330127

Date: 10th March 2017

Filename: medusagyne-oppositifolia.jpg

Image Size: 5906 x 9149 Pixels

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Associated Categories: Plants and Fungi

Keywords: endangered, jellyfish tree, medusagyne, medusagyne oppositifolia, ochnaceae, plant, seychelles