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Custard Apples 2

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»  Custard apples 2
Home-grown, hand-picked custard apples.

The pinkish tone of the pulp of the halved fruit is because the fruit is ripe, not because of oxydization.
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Cyanocorax (||)
on Jun 24, 2006
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4. Aug 17, 2006 clix
"great texture!"

3. Jun 26, 2006 FeatherWol
"Thank you for sharing the lovely photograph!"

2. Jun 25, 2006 Cyanocorax
"You're welcome. :) Indeed, there are several species of custard apples. These are Anona cherimola, "the scaly-looking custard apple". And I must agree with you - custard apples are simply delicious. I decided to upload these photos after noticing that there was a shortage of this subject in sxc."

1. Jun 25, 2006 xymonau
"The custard apples commonly available here have lumpier skin. The smoother ones I thought were called "sour-sops" - although that may be a different version altogether. These are one of my favourite fruits, and so many people haven't tasted them - even though we grow them in this country. A wonderful photo, with all the detail to explain how they're "built. Thank you so much for this. And for no restrictions."

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