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Mulun, also known as blue quondong, grows in the dry season. I used to think of it as a lolly when I was little because of how blue it was and the sour taste of it. Mulun is found in abundance in the tropics, especially here in Gimuy. Typically when I see them I associate them with cassowaries and busk turkeys that would be looking to eat them. I also remember trying to convince other kids in my school that its an edible fruit and them not believing me until I ate it myself. My Grandpa always taught me what bush fruits I could and couldn’t eat, out of protection and safety but also so I’m aware that Country always provides.
This piece was created on Gimuy Walubara Yidinji Country in Cairns, QLD.
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