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If the fruit was known to come from a parthenocarpic (meaning seedless) plant, then yes. For example, the distinctive “mountain papaya” fruit from a babaco shrub (Carica pentagona ‘Heilborn’), which related to Papaya, is parthenocarpic. It originates from the Andes, but is now cultivated, for local and international markets, in California and New Zealand.


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This fruit is here in Abia State, Nigeria. It is generally called Plum. You did so well describing the fruit just as it is..taste, texture and structure. I ate some of it about 15minutes ago and I can tell you for a fact that it is quite juicy. I don't need to be a nutritionist or biologist to confirm that it has nutritional benefits. I feel nourished


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