Treculia africana (African bread fruit)

Treculia africana - A wild tropical evergreen tree. The species can grow up to a height of 30 m (98 ft). The girth of the stem can attain 6 m (20 ft). The bark is grey and discharges a cream latex. The leaves are large and dark green above and lighter below. The flowering period is from October until February. The fruit is big, round, and greenish yellow. The texture of the fruit is spongy when it is ripe, and it contains abundant seeds, which are the edible part of this fruit. Family: Moraceae

Treculia africana (African bread fruit) 1

Author : Millette Réjean D.
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Online since: December 12th 2018


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Categories : Moraceae - Family - Horizontal - Landscape - Photos subjects - Trees - Plant Family -

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