SCIENTIFIC NAME: Various genera and species
FAMILY: Cactaceae

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Primary Reference.Pitaya Fruit - a New Market Place Attraction, July 1983
Primary Reference.Pitaya Hylocereus undatus - A Potential New Crop For Australia, February 1998
Primary Reference.Cactus Cure For Skin Cancer, March 1989
Primary Reference.Pitaya Cactus, July 1989
Primary Reference.The Red Pitaya, A New Exotic Fruit, July 1993
Primary Reference.If You Can't Tune A Piano, Maybe You Can Tuna Cactus, January 1995
Icon for significance.Cactus, Source Of Perhaps The Perfect Fruit, July 1996
 Where Do Our Tropical Fruits Come From?, September 1981
 Exotic Fruits For Specified Areas, September 1983
 Tolerable Minimum Temperatures, March 1988
 Pollination Requirements Of Some Tropical Crops, January 1988
 Fruits Of 1887, January 1989
 A Comprehensive Guide To Tropical And Subtropical Fruits, January 1990
 Tropical And Sub-Tropical Fruit And Nut Cultivar Recommendations For North Queensland, November 1991
 Brave Rare Fruit Pioneering Souls, November 1991
 Some Exotic Fruit Types In Viet Nam, January 1991
 Nutritional Facts About Tropical Fruits And Vegetables, November 1994
 Exotic Fruit And Their Uses, July 1995
 Capricornia Cuisine - Bush Tucker In Central Queensland, January 1999
 Plant Selections For A Dry Tropics Permaculture/Rare Fruits Backyard Garden, February 2000
 Fruit Trees Species List, August 2002

DATE: 2011 May 01

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