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Name of this fruit please

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Hi all,

Please let me know if you know the name of this fruit. Many thanks in advance.
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sternus1 says...
This has me stumped, but I believe it comes from Vietnam. I want to say it is ambarella, but I think it may be something else.

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Mike Tr says...
Normally without a leaf,flower,shot of the tree or information about whether it is native or not id's of fruit are not easy.Even the broken fruit might not be ripe.I can think of a few options and one is Crescentia.
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jakfruit etiquette says...
Can't place it either, is it from a shop, garden, botanic garden, or bushland ??
Location, tropical or temperate ??
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Michael D says...
The fruit looks like a Bael fruit on the outside but not so sure about the inside
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sternus1 says...
I think Mike be right, looks a LOT like a calabash gourd.
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Kam says...
Rusty1
I saw something in youtube and found the name for this fruit. I am looking for a tree or seeds. It is a Calabash Fruit Tree either a Crescentia Cujete or a Amphitecna Laticolia. What I have found in the internet the Cujete is not edible but the other is. It has medicinal properties. Where did you get your tree? I live in Perth. Would I be able to buy tree here or even some seeds?
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