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Plant Identification

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Trent starts with ...
Hi All,

I have a plant that I am unable to identify.

Attached photos.

Any information will be great.

Thanks
Trent Smith
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20th May 2019 11:17am
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Mike Tr says...
Does look like a Garcinia even a bit like G.dulcis or native but a ripe fruit, foliage or fruit chopped through the equator would help.
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Amanda says...
An unripe lucuma.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pouteria_lucuma
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22nd May 2019 9:19am
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Trent says...
Thanks Amanda,

I have attached photos of the tree as well.

From what I can see this is edible?

Thanks
Trent Smith
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Amanda says...
Ah not the leaves for my suggestion. Mike has it. Did you see this tree locally in Brisbane Trent? It's in lovely shape.
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Markmelb says...
Looks like a Garcinia - could be Mundu or G. Dulcis? Wait for fruit to go yellow - then give a taste test result?
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johnnyv says...
Looks like Abiu, Pouteria caimito.
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27th May 2019 6:20am
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Mike Tr says...
Not an abiu and it is G.dulcis
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