What is another word for Melicocca Bijuga?

Pronunciation: [mˈɛlɪkˌɒkə ba͡ɪd͡ʒˈuːɡə] (IPA)

Melicocca bijuga is a tropical fruit tree native to Central and South America that is often referred to by a variety of common names. One of the most widespread of these names is Spanish lime, although it is also sometimes called Genipap or Ginepa, Tamarindo, Quenepa, Chenepe or Mamoncillo in different countries and regions. The fruit of the Melicocca bijuga tree is small and tangy, with a green or yellow shell that encloses a sweet, juicy pulp. While these different names may be used interchangeably, they all refer to the same species of tree and its fruit, with subtle variations in regional language and dialect.

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