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As it is also know in places in the Caribbean Islands. I believe it is related to the Lychee fruit also. Or as it is know here, the mamon chino. It is also great in juice and some people make Bolsitas, or bolis or helados from them. And definetly make sure they do not get on your clothes....
Mamon. Be careful not to get the juice on any clothing that you like. It stains big time.
in english is sucker , maybe his name came from the way you must to eat it.
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