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Yvapurũ, guapuru, jabuticaba "Yva" fruit, "purũ" from "pururũ", onomatopoeic guarani word for the sound produced when biting or chewing the fruit, (crunchy fruit). Ripens in october, sweet tangy flavour Geotagged,Jabuticaba,Paraguay,Plinia cauliflora,Spring,berry,fruit,tropical Click/tap to enlarge Species introCountry intro

Yvapurũ, guapuru, jabuticaba

"Yva" fruit, "purũ" from "pururũ", onomatopoeic guarani word for the sound produced when biting or chewing the fruit, (crunchy fruit). Ripens in october, sweet tangy flavour

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Jabuticaba is the fruit of the jabuticabeira tree in the family Myrtaceae native to Minas Gerais and São Paulo states in southeastern Brazil. Related species in the genus ''Myrciaria'', often referred to by the same common name, are native to Brazil, Argentina, Paraguay, Peru and Bolivia. The tree is grown for its purplish-black, white-pulped fruits; they can be eaten raw or be used to make jellies and drinks . Other common names include Brazilian grape tree, jaboticaba, jabotica, jabuticabeira,.. more

Similar species: Myrtales
Species identified by Tito Lahaye
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By Tito Lahaye

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Uploaded Jan 22, 2016. Captured Oct 19, 2014 16:18 in Unnamed Road, Paraguay.
  • Lumia 920
  • f/2.0
  • 1/50s
  • ISO320