A rare, medium sized fruit having a passing resemblance to the mango. The fruits can grow to around 3-4" and ripen with yellow skin. Flesh is yellow-orange, aromatic, with a flavor often described as unique.
An evergreen tree to 40-75 feet.
The fruits are eaten fresh and often served with manihot flour. They are quite popular in the Amazon region and can often be found in local markets. The tree is commercialized on a small scale.
Native to the Amazon region.