Alocasia brisbanensis - Cunjevoi
Family: Araceae

The red fruits are juicy and sweet-smelling but contain a poisonous alkaloid, as do all other parts of the plant.
The yellow-green flower resembles an arum lily and has a rose-like scent.
Aboriginal people used to process the large rhizome through leaching and cooking to render edible.
The large spade-shaped leaves are soft green, forming a clump 1-1.5m in height.
It occurs in wet or poorly drained areas in warmer rainforests and adjacent moist or swampy forests.

The rhizome can be divided in winter, and fresh, peeled seed germinates readily.