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Ceriops tagal (Perr.) C.B.Rob.
Rib Fruited Yellow Mangrove
Distinguished from Ceriops australis  by the ribbed hypocotyls.

    Ceriops tagal Ceriops  tagal  
          
Description:Flowers and leaves Description:Fruit
Location:Saltwater Creek, Aeroglen, North Queensland Location:Saltwater Creek, Aeroglen, North Queensland
GPS coordinates:16˚54.027S,145˚45.173E GPS coordinates:16˚54.027S,145˚45.173E
Date of photo:22 April 2007 Date of photo:22 April 2007
Field No.: U138 Field No.:  U138
         
    Ceriops tagal Ceriops  tagal  
     
Description:Ribbed hypocotyl Description:Hypocotyls
    Location:Saltwater Creek, Aeroglen, North Queensland Location:Saltwater Creek, Aeroglen, North Queensland  
    GPS coordinates:16˚54.027S,145˚45.173E GPS coordinates:16˚54.027S,145˚45.173E  
    Date of photo:22 April 2007 Date of photo:22 April 2007  
    Field No.:  U138 Field No.:  U138  


Reference:
(accessed 4 May 2017)

Sheue, C.-R., Yang, Y.-P., Liu, H-Y., Chou, F.-S., Chang, S.-C., Saenger, P., Mangion, C.P., Wightman, G., Yong, J.W.H. & Tsai, C.-C. (2009), Reevaluating the taxonomic status of Ceriops australis (Rhizophoraceae) based on morphological and molecular evidence. Botanical Studies (Taipei) 50:84-98

Duke N. C. (2006), Australia's Mangroves - the authoritative guide to Australia's mangrove plants, University of Queensland
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