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Wed, 2021-11-10 01:37 -- hwadmin
Summary: 
The leaves of the Queensland Nutmeg (Myristica globosa subsp. muelleri, pictured) are obviously attractive to some insects, although the globose brown fruit are rarely, if at all, subject to predation. This deterrent effect is probably due to the essential oil component.
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