Forwarding again for Id confirmation or otherwise please.
Some earlier relevant feedback:
“D.malabarica?” from Mahadeswara ji.
“Dear Renee: Yes its D. malabarica, called Gaab in bengali, is very
sweet, local monkeys eat it up before we can get it or the local
urchins, we have a couple of trees in the horticulture garden in
“yes the fruits looks like D. malabarica; but I have doubt about the size of calyx and the leaves too.” from Muthu ji.
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