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Can anyone tell me where to get information on a tree called OLD SAGE ORANGE or a monkey fruit tree. is the fruit from this tree poisonious? I have searched the web and cannot find out anything.

OSAGE orange, Maclura pomifera, native to Oklahoma etc. animals eat the fruit, information in any N.A. tree guide.

J. Elliott

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