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English: Seeds from the Tambalacoque (Sideroxylon grandiflorum; formerly Calvaria major), also called the Dodo Tree, is a long-lived tree in the family Sapotaceae, endemic to Mauritius. The jar with seeds is/was on display at a Dodo Expedition exhibition at the National Museum of Natural History 'Naturalis' in Leiden, the Netherlands.
Nederlands: Zaden van de dodoboom (Sideroxylon grandiflorum; voorheen Calvaria major) is een lang levende boom in de familie Sapotacea, endemisch voor Mauritius. De pot met zaden is/was te zien op een tentoonstelling over de Dodo Expeditie in het Nationaal Natuurhistorisch Museum 'Naturalis' in Leiden, Nederland.
Date 3 January 2009
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Author Peter Maas


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