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Chinga Plus
5 1 1 United Kingdom
17 Feb 2011 10:56PM
Anyone know what this is? I spoted in a beach in Goa. Thought it was beautiful. No idea if it's a vegetable or a fruit but I liked it!
Isabel -AKA - Chinga

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andylea 7 37 1 United Kingdom
17 Feb 2011 11:02PM
i've no idea but do love the textures and detail a cracking capture nice one Wink
andy
LexEquine 10 19 United States
17 Feb 2011 11:14PM
Superb capture & comp, Isabel, with excellent color, clarity, & textures.
Ciao...Peter Smile
17 Feb 2011 11:17PM
It looks like a pineapple to me. Gary
astyag 9 12
17 Feb 2011 11:30PM
I will come back to this page to find out if anyone have found the name... And may I say, a very good shot and thanks for the upload
Astyag
RonnieAG Plus
6 153 116 Scotland
18 Feb 2011 12:18AM
No idea what it is either but it does make for an interesting image.
Ronnie.
morpheus1955 9 3 2 United Kingdom
18 Feb 2011 12:24AM
Great image, no idea what it is but you haver captured it beautifully.

Hugh
NeilWigan Plus
6 12 15 England
18 Feb 2011 12:33AM
good shot ,sorry cant help with the ID.
Crazius 10 13 Scotland
18 Feb 2011 12:52AM
Not sure myself but closest I can get to a guess is a Jackfruit although probably an immature or undersized specimen.
Peagreen 6 1 1 England
18 Feb 2011 1:03AM
Great shot, Isabel. Lovely colour and detail, Well spotted and captured. Googled it and the nearest two were a form of Ugli fruit or the Jackfruit as suggested by Crazius, !!
Take care, Pauline
fudgy 5 48 United Kingdom
18 Feb 2011 1:36AM
totally unique shot isabel..love it Smile
moiral 6 12 Scotland
18 Feb 2011 4:10PM
Not too sure what it is, but doesn't look too much like a jackfruit. If these leaves belong to it, then definitely not as the jackfruit leaves are oval. Whatever it is, you have a lovely shots of it. Very unusual. You have us all puzzled now. Grin Moira
Chinga Plus
5 1 1 United Kingdom
18 Feb 2011 6:05PM
I agree with Moira. It's not a jackfruit. Those I came across first time in Brazil in the 80s (Green, smoother and very smelly). But this one I have never seen.
The mystery continues...
Thank you for looking and for your comments.
Isabel - AKA= Chinga
goso 10 2 1 Australia
18 Feb 2011 7:52PM
Top detail...Bill
Ridgeway 9 222 2 Ireland
18 Feb 2011 9:47PM
Beautifully taken shot,well spotted.
Any update on what it is ?

Aidan,,
smartbox 7 1 2 United States
18 Feb 2011 10:02PM
Very interesting capture. I would love to know what type of fruit/etc this is.
Chinga Plus
5 1 1 United Kingdom
18 Feb 2011 10:08PM
We still not 10 % sure but a friend tell me it's bread fruit native to Asia, polinated by fruit bats. Also found in the Caribbean.
If anyone know different let us know.
Thank you for looking
Isabel
19 Feb 2011 6:11AM
If you tell us where you saw this, general geographic location, it would help Smile
the leaves look like some type of tropical tree, Yucca or a variety of palm.. ?

Jamm
19 Feb 2011 8:02AM
Good image of an interesting plant - not sure at all what it is but does not look like the breadfruit I saw in the Carribbean. A
Chinga Plus
5 1 1 United Kingdom
19 Feb 2011 8:53AM
This one I spoted in a northen part of Goa in India. Isabel
acousticmist 6 10 1 United Kingdom
19 Feb 2011 9:26AM
A well detailed shot...........Martin
19 Feb 2011 9:46AM
brilliant !! try googling it to see if that helps
19 Feb 2011 9:50AM
just look it up for you and it is according to what i found A bread fruit
19 Feb 2011 10:05AM
Excellent detail.
Rob
Chinga Plus
5 1 1 United Kingdom
19 Feb 2011 10:11AM
Thank you Steve for breaking the riddle of this fruit-thingy. Bread fruit it might be. In google it's the closest to the image... I see different varieties. So this one might be one of them. Well spoted! I think the mystery is solved!
Isabel
SJAlfano 7 3 United States
19 Feb 2011 1:36PM
A good capture. Reminds me of an osage orange, but I don't think that's it.
nonur Plus
7 17 10 Turkey
5 Mar 2011 4:37PM
Nice shot. I know what it is, but don't know the name. It's a fruit of a thorny bush-like tree, but it's not edible. In Turkey people use it for medicine for some illness.
dentex 6 Slovenia
12 May 2011 7:54AM

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