Jack fruit - a malnad variety.
The morphological characters (size, shape,..) of this malnad jack fruit differs from the common jack fruit (Artocarpus heterophyllus) . Locals call this fruit by a unique name bikke, rudra bikke(?).
Kavalu katta, Uttara Kannada, Karnataka
23 June 2009,
Hi Raghu ji,
Fruits attached with twigs or with stem? Photo create confusion.
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Hi Devendra ji,
Attached slighty better pictures. Hope this helps.
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