The cassowary has also been consuming Davidson's plums (Davidsonia pruriens), hefty fruit that it swallows whole.
All the other forest frugivores peck or nibble. (Like lemon aspen, this fruit also makes a delicious jam, but I've yet to see the pademelons master that skill.)
The fruit-eaters have carefully eaten around the seed. (A better picture of the seed here.) I'll chuck it into the forest, where there's a good chance it will germinate. There's no shortage of Davidson's plums on this block. And no shortage of Davidson plum-eaters.
* Avoids joke about constipated mathematician.