A tree, 15 m tall which I planted as a 0.3 m tall sapling at this site in 1978.
Some Kamahi honey in the offing perhaps.
Seems like a mast year for wineberry this year.
Aristotelia serrata with flowers emergent from canopy in second growth native forest remnant/exotic scrub.
The Oxalidales is an order of flowering plants, included within the rosid subgroup of eudicots. Compound leaves are common in Oxalidales and the majority of the species in this order have five or six sepals and petals. The following families are typically placed here: