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Ohana starts with ...
Hi all,

Have a few trees on a recently purchased property and struggling to identify. Any help much appreciated.

Cheers
Josh
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sternus1 says...
Ok well the last picture is definitely a wampi.Pic 4 is an orange form grumichama or an uvia.. Pic 2 is a sapodilla-- lucky you, they're a slow fruiter and they're very rare and delicious. Those little nodes are flower buds so you're about to get a harvest. The other which is pic one appears to be som kind of prunus perhaps an apricot, I could be wrong though.
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Original Post was last edited: 20th January 2015 3:44pm
The poster formerly known as... says...
1: looks like a plum from the leaves. Very yellow fruit though...
2: Canistel
3: Wampi - Yeem Pay (sweet) style
4: Pitomba
5: Wampi - Also Yeem Pay stlye
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Ohana says...
Thanks heaps, I would have never guessed them!

I just have two more, if you don't mind helping again :)

Cheers
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sternus1 says...
Also bj is probably right about the pitomba and and canistel-- sapodilla buds are extremely similar looking but tend to be hairy. Canistel is a great fruit and you're lucky to have one at the fruiting stage.
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The poster formerly known as... says...
1: Candlenut
2: hog plum
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Allan says...
I live in Murwillumbah this fruit is slightly smaller than a plumb and has a hard stone seed in the centre and it's fruit flesh is slime like
And very sweet you can eat the skin when it's very ripe nobody I know can identify this fruit .
And I can't se any images of it in the internet
I would like know if any one knows the name of this fruit
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