A souari nut relative bearing large, 3-4", green skinned fruits containing large edible seeds. The pulp can be eaten fresh and has a mildly sweet flavor.
A semi-deciduous tree growing to 20-40 feet. Fruits ripen in its native environment from November to December.
Unknown, but likely not frost hardy.
The pulp is edible when raw, but is commonly cooked. The seeds (nuts) are edible as well.
Native to portions of central and eastern Brazil.