What is another word for Genus Melicocca?

Pronunciation: [d͡ʒˈɛnəs mˈɛlɪkˌɒkə] (IPA)

The Genus Melicocca, also known as Spanish lime, is a fruit tree native to Central and South America. It is also commonly referred to as quenepa, mamoncillo, or chenet. These names vary depending on the region and language, but they all refer to the same fruit. The fruit is small and round, about the size of a grape, and has a tough outer skin that must be peeled to reveal a soft, sweet flesh inside. The Genus Melicocca has been grown for centuries for its delicious fruit and the tree's ability to thrive in tropical climates.

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