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Myrciaria dubia, commonly known as Camu camu, Cacari, and Camocamo, is a small (approx. 3–5 m tall) bushy riverside tree from the Amazon rainforest.
Terminalia ferdinandiana, gubinge, billygoat plum, Kakadu plum or murung. Food illustration, fruit exotica. For catalogs, nutritional information and institutional material. Digital art illustration
Hand drawn Kakadu plum (Terminalia ferdinandiana) Vector sketch  illustration.
Kakadu plum whole and slice vector illustration terminalia ferdinandiana plum cockatoo. Australia exotic fruit rich of vitamin C
Vector cartoon seamless pattern with Terminalia ferdinandiana or Kakadu plum exotic fruits, flowers and leafs on white background for web, print, cloth texture or wallpaper
Terminalia ferdinandiana plum cockatoo. Food illustration, Kakadu plum fruit exotica Australia isolated on a white background. Vector illustration . Vector illustration
AUSTRALIAN KAKADU PLUMS ABSTRACT WATERCOLOUR ILLUSTRATION - Terminalia ferdinandiana, Tropical almond, Green Plum, Gubinge, Highly nutritious
Set of vector cartoon illustrations with whole, half, cut slice Kakadu Plum exotic fruits, flowers and leaves isolated on white background
Myrciaria dubia, commonly known as Camu camu, Cacari, and Camocamo, (approx. 3–5 m tall)  bushy riverside tree from the Amazon rainforest vegetation which bears a red/purple cherry-like fruit.
Set of illustrations with Kakadu plum exotic fruits, flowers and leaves isolated on a white background. Isolated vector icons set.
Myrciaria dubia, commonly known as Camu camu, Camucamu, Cacari, is a small (approx. 3–5 m tall) bushy riverside tree from the Amazon rainforest vegetation which bears a red/purple cherry-like fruit.
Camu-Camu bushy with ripe fruits (Myrciaria dubia) on the Rio Negro riverside, Amazonas, Brazil
Juice made from the very vitamin C rich fruit (Myrciaria dubia), Amazonia Brazil
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