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Stinging tree (Dendrocnide moroides), Daintree Rainforest Discovery Centre, Wet Tropics of Queensland, Australia.
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90852503 Stinging tree (Dendrocnide moroides), Daintree Rainforest Discovery Centre, Wet Tropics of Queensland, Australia.©
The stinging tree, Gympie-Gympie (Dendrocnide moroides) in rainforest, Tolga, Atherton Highlands, Queensland, Australia One of the world most venomous plants which can cause months of excruciating pai...  -  Jurgen Freund/ npl
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90382939 The stinging tree, Gympie-Gympie (Dendrocnide moroides) in rainforest, Tolga, Atherton Highlands, Queensland, Australia One of the world most venomous plants which can cause months of excruciating pai...© Jurgen Freund / NPL
The stinging tree, Gympie-Gympie (Dendrocnide moroides) in rainforest, Tolga, Atherton Highlands, Queensland, Australia One of the world most venomous plants which can cause months of excruciating pai...  -  Jurgen Freund/ npl
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90382938 The stinging tree, Gympie-Gympie (Dendrocnide moroides) in rainforest, Tolga, Atherton Highlands, Queensland, Australia One of the world most venomous plants which can cause months of excruciating pai...© Jurgen Freund / NPL
Close up of Stinging Tree stem (Laportea gigas or Dendrocnide excelsa) Contact with the leaves or twigs causes the hollow silica-tipped hairs to penetrate the skin Australia  -  Jurgen Freund/ npl
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90197274 Close up of Stinging Tree stem (Laportea gigas or Dendrocnide excelsa) Contact with the leaves or twigs causes the hollow silica-tipped hairs to penetrate the skin Australia© Jurgen Freund / NPL
Close up of Stinging Tree hairs on the leaves (Laportea gigas or Dendrocnide excelsa) Contact with the leaves or twigs causes the hollow silica-tipped hairs to penetrate the skin Australia  -  Jurgen Freund/ npl
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90159078 Close up of Stinging Tree hairs on the leaves (Laportea gigas or Dendrocnide excelsa) Contact with the leaves or twigs causes the hollow silica-tipped hairs to penetrate the skin Australia© Jurgen Freund / NPL
Stinging Tree leaf (Laportea gigas or Dendrocnide excelsa) Contact with the leaves or twigs causes the hollow silica-tipped hairs to penetrate the skin Australia  -  Jurgen Freund/ npl
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90159077 Stinging Tree leaf (Laportea gigas or Dendrocnide excelsa) Contact with the leaves or twigs causes the hollow silica-tipped hairs to penetrate the skin Australia© Jurgen Freund / NPL
Stinging Tree stem (Laportea gigas, also known as Dendrocnide moroides or Dendrocnide excelsa), close-up of the hollow silica-tipped hairs, Australia  -  Jurgen Freund/ npl
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90145529 Stinging Tree stem (Laportea gigas, also known as Dendrocnide moroides or Dendrocnide excelsa), close-up of the hollow silica-tipped hairs, Australia© Jurgen Freund / NPL
Stinging Tree, Laportea gigas (also known as Dendrocnide moroides or Dendrocnide excelsa), Australia  -  Jurgen Freund/ npl
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90145528 Stinging Tree, Laportea gigas (also known as Dendrocnide moroides or Dendrocnide excelsa), Australia© Jurgen Freund / NPL
Stinging Tree (Laportea gigas) Australia  -  Jurgen Freund/ npl
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90002117 Stinging Tree (Laportea gigas) Australia© Jurgen Freund / NPL
Stinging Tree (Dendrocnide sp) habit, in forest, Christmas Island, Australia  -  Colin Marshall/ FLPA
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80088212 Stinging Tree (Dendrocnide sp) habit, in forest, Christmas Island, Australia© Colin Marshall/ FLPA
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