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sweetsop
An edible round, ovoid, or cone shaped fruit around 6-10 cm in diameter, with a lumpy skin. The skin colour changes from bright green to a pale whitish-green as the fruit ripens. The sweet flesh is white or very pale yellow, and has a custard-like texture. Hard , shiny brownish black seeds are spread throughout the insides.
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Dominica
kashima
An edible round, ovoid, or cone shaped fruit around 6-10 cm in diameter, with a lumpy skin. The skin colour changes from bright green to a pale whitish-green as the fruit ripens. The sweet flesh is white or very pale yellow, and has a custard-like texture. Hard , shiny brownish black seeds are spread throughout the insides.
Barbados
Dominica
Grenada
Guyana
St. Kitts & Nevis
Trinidad & Tobago
St. Vincent
US Virgin Islands
sugar apple
An edible round, ovoid, or cone shaped fruit around 6-10 cm in diameter, with a lumpy skin. The skin colour changes from bright green to a pale whitish-green as the fruit ripens. The sweet flesh is white or very pale yellow, and has a custard-like texture. Hard , shiny brownish black seeds are spread throughout the insides.
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Cuba
Dominica
mamon
An edible round, ovoid, or cone shaped fruit around 6-10 cm in diameter, with a lumpy skin. The skin colour changes from bright green to a pale whitish-green as the fruit ripens. The sweet flesh is white or very pale yellow, and has a custard-like texture. Hard , shiny brownish black seeds are spread throughout the insides.
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Suriname
boeah nona
An edible round, ovoid, or cone shaped fruit around 6-10 cm in diameter, with a lumpy skin. The skin colour changes from bright green to a pale whitish-green as the fruit ripens. The sweet flesh is white or very pale yellow, and has a custard-like texture. Hard , shiny brownish black seeds are spread throughout the insides.
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Puerto Rico
anon
An edible round, ovoid, or cone shaped fruit around 6-10 cm in diameter, with a lumpy skin. The skin colour changes from bright green to a pale whitish-green as the fruit ripens. The sweet flesh is white or very pale yellow, and has a custard-like texture. Hard , shiny brownish black seeds are spread throughout the insides.
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Barbados
Guyana
Trinidad & Tobago
jamoon
Fruit, the size of an olive and purple in color. It can be eaten raw and is used to make refreshing drinks. It can also be eaten with sugar. It stains very easily.
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Jamaica
ribena
Fruit, the size of an olive and purple in color. It can be eaten raw and is used to make refreshing drinks. It can also be eaten with sugar. It stains very easily.
Jamaica
elephant apple
The fruit of the Dillenia Indica tree, or elephant apple, is a 5–12 cm diameter aggregate of 15 carpels, each carpel containing five seeds embedded in an edible but fibrous pulp. The pulp is bitter-sour and used in Indian Cuisine in curries, jam, and jellies. It is often mixed with coconut and spices to make chutneys.
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Jamaica
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Trinidad & Tobago
elephant ears
The fruit of the Dillenia Indica tree, or elephant apple, is a 5–12 cm diameter aggregate of 15 carpels, each carpel containing five seeds embedded in an edible but fibrous pulp. The pulp is bitter-sour and used in Indian Cuisine in curries, jam, and jellies. It is often mixed with coconut and spices to make chutneys.
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Trinidad & Tobago
chalta
The fruit of the Dillenia Indica tree, or elephant apple, is a 5–12 cm diameter aggregate of 15 carpels, each carpel containing five seeds embedded in an edible but fibrous pulp. The pulp is bitter-sour and used in Indian Cuisine in curries, jam, and jellies. It is often mixed with coconut and spices to make chutneys.
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Belize
craboo
A small yellow cherry
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Trinidad & Tobago
chennette
Ovoid green fruit that grows in bunches on trees up to 30m high. The fruit typically ripen during the summer. The fruit is related to the lychee and have tight, thin but rigid skins. Inside the skin is the tart, tangy, or sweet pulp of the fruit covering a large seed. The pulp is usually cream or orange coloured.
Jamaica
wha de gwaan
What's up? Whats going on? What is happening?
Belize
weh di go aan
What's up? Whats going on? What is happening?
Martinique
cerys pays
The fruit of a small tree originally from South and Central America. The fruit are green when immature, and turn yellow/red to bright red when mature. The fruit has a tart, sweet flavour and is often eaten raw or used to make drinks.
Jamaica
wha sweet nanny goat ago run him belly
That which causes merriment and pleasure now will cause grief and sorrow later.
Jamaica
yellow back finch
The Yellow-shouldered Grassquit (Loxipasser anoxanthus) is a species of bird in the Thraupidae family. Sometimes classified in the bunting and American sparrow family Emberizidae, more recent studies have shown it to belong in the tanager family. It is endemic to Jamaica. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests, subtropical or tropical moist montane forests, and heavily degraded former forest.
Jamaica
St. Kitts & Nevis
Trinidad & Tobago
wuss
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