Synonym: Calocarpum sapota, Lucuma mammosa
The Sapote, a native of Central America, forms a large, erect tree that may neatly veined leaves are obovate and usually pointed at the tip. They measure up to 12 inches in length by 4 inches in width, and are closely crowded at the ends of the branches. The leaves are light green on the upper surface and lighter green or brownish beneath.
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