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Sea-Beans of Tobago
The following seeds were collected on a beach nearby Speyside
on the Northeast end of the Caribbean island of Tobago

All photos courtesy of Detlef D. ("Det"), from Germany


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Sandy beach nearby Speyside, Tobago
 



 

Thevetia peruviana, Mexican Oleander or Yellow Oleander
The fruit outside is hard and woody and on the more rounded side there is a small hole, maybe a micropyle?
The fruit dimension is round about 3 cm in length, 1.8 cm in width and 1.5 cm in height.


It was put it into earth and after a while two seedlings were growing up.
One of the seedlings is pictured here.

Stinkypod (Mora sp.) Golfball or Sea Coconut, with husk (Manicaria saccifera) Mexican Oleander or Yellow Oleander (Thevetia peruviana) Bloodwood (Pterocarpus officinalis) Blisterpod (Sacoglottis amazonica) Coin Vine (Dalbergia sp.) Tropical Almond (Terminalia catappa) Laurelwood (Calophyllum calaba) Crabwood (Carapa guianensis) Hamburger Bean (Mucuna sp.) Golfball or Sea Coconut, without husk (Manicaria saccifera) Crabwood Hogplum (Spondias mombin) Flame of the Forest (Butea monosperma) Flame of the Forest (Butea monosperma) portion of Red Mangrove (Rhizophora mangle)
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