Sersalisia sericea, also known as Wild Prune, Mangarr, and Mongo is a species of shrub or small tree found in monsoon forest, littoral rainforest and occasionally in more open forest types in Malesia and across Northern Australia 
S. sericea grows to 6 metres tall, although it may produce fruit as a shrub of 1 metre. The plant is characterised by the densely, rusty brown hairs that cover the buds and young leaves. Clusters of small green-white flowers are followed by succulent, dark purple fruit, containing one or occasionally two seeds. The fruit are succulent and edible.
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