Flowing Red Sap

myraj

Yamba Waters, Australia

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Image captured along the Banksia Track in The National Park at Woodgate Beach.
From a distance, the light shining on the sap appreared to be a bright red light
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One of the most recognizable of red-sap-producing trees is the eucalyptus. Eucalyptus trees such as the Eucalyptus robustus and the ironbark eucalyptus tree produce red sap when injured. This specialized sap is designed to quickly cover and coagulate around the tree’s wounds, preventing infestation from insects. The color of the sap comes from the substance kino, which is the active ingredient, thickening and coagulating the sap as it covers the wound.

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