Viburnum suspensum (Australia)

Viburnum suspensum Lindl., J. Hort. Soc. London 8: 130 1853.;
 

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flora in Australia-20Viburnum suspensum- F.-Viburnaceae
Evergreen bushy shrub..
Native of Japan.
Wallaby (wild animal of Australia) feeds on the its leaves.
Location-Blue mountain National Park.
Wow! what a nice depiction of plant-animal interaction?! is the animal a relative of kangaroo?
Yes, you are right....Wiki also says that typical Wallaby is closely related to kangaroo, and belongs to family Macropodidae... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wallaby
[I have been only to Memphis zoo and didn't find this one there]
 
 
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This is Viburnum suspensum, recorded in flowering stage from RBG Sydney (NSW) in June 2018..



 
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