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DanielOfOz starts with ...
Any ideas about this tree... I only know what is in the image sent to me from a friend. Apparently persimmon like texture.
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DanielOfOz
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29th October 2015 2:43pm
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Waterfall says...
maybe black sapote
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29th October 2015 6:19pm
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Theposterformerlyknownas says...
It's either Mundu or yellow mangosteen. Definitely garcinia, not a sapote.
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30th October 2015 1:46pm
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MIke T1 says...
garcinia xanthochymus
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30th October 2015 5:55pm
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Peter91 says...
Looks like White Sapote, who knows what variety though.

As Waterfall said though, it also could be Black Sapote.

If you could post an image of it's leaves, what pattern they form and the trunk it could help someone identify.

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30th October 2015 9:06pm
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OllieGarcinia says...
Hi DanielofOZ,

Do you know where can I get the fruit? It looks like G. xanthochymus.

Ollie
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Mike Tr says...
xanthochymus or cochinenses
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