Cordia subcordata flower

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    Cordia subcordata growing on the beach. Its seeds float and are dispersed by the ocean. Commonly found on tropical coasts. Lily Beach, Christmas Island, Australia, April 2011.

    Cordia subcordata is a bushy tree that grows to 15 m and belongs to the Boraginaceae family. That family includes Paterson's Curse, Echium plantagineum a herb-like weed. That is very weird.

    1. jeans_Photos 46 months ago | reply

      Very attractive!

    2. EncyclopediaOfLife 38 months ago | reply

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