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I think the yellow one on the left is Bradley. Saw him once at a parade.
 

Andrew H

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The second one is a cashew apple.
 

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[/IMG]You are quick .
I was talking to my mom about Paws Paws that her dad use go into the hills of VA. to get .
and they have a queen.
 

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Yes they have a possum queen but it's a little different .
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What about this one:
 

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I would be remissed if i did not add a recipe for possum.
 

Andrew H

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is it SOPOTE.
No sir.
Edit: I should add you're very close. I just looked it up and they are 'closely related to' mamey sapote.
 

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Oh canistel or egg fruit that was a tough one.
 

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One of the more attractive Possum Queens I've seen.

How about this one:

 

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or this one...



Our neighbor used to have these growing next to our fence when we were kids. They are extremely nasty when you step on a rotten one and it oozes between your toes.
 

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Monster Fruit and Cherimoya?
 

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or this one...



Our neighbor used to have these growing next to our fence when we were kids. They are extremely nasty when you step on a rotten one and it oozes between your toes.
That one is easy, sugar apple.
 

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