What is another word for Genus Mammea?

Pronunciation: [d͡ʒˈɛnəs mˈami͡ə] (IPA)

Genus Mammea, commonly known as mammee or mammee apple, is a species of fruit tree found in tropical regions of America. Synonyms for this genus include Mamey apple, Mamey sapote or Mamey colorado. The Mammea genus is closely related to other fruit-bearing tropical trees such as the Sapodilla and Eggfruit. The fruits produced by Mamey trees have a reddish-brown skin and a sweet, fragrant flesh that is often used to make desserts and drinks. In traditional medicine, the bark and leaves of the Mamey tree are used for various ailments. The Mamey tree is a valuable resource for both food and medicine in tropical regions.

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