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Sugar Apple

Annona squamosa

Habitat:

Tropical

1 Species ID Suggestions

PlantaeTae
PlantaeTae 10 years ago
Annona squamosa L.


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11 Comments

ja.emmans
ja.emmans 10 years ago

Ok thanks, like to get things correct

Ashish Nimkar
Ashish Nimkar 10 years ago

Please remove L. from the short cut mark of name suggested of Binomial name. L. is referred for mostly Linnaeus...... what is not part of binomial name...!!
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carolus_Lin...

ja.emmans
ja.emmans 10 years ago

I have been visiting over last 6 years and maybe traveled a total of 12 months in all. Shame the Noah project was not around back then, Philippines is a bio hot spot.

Gina9210
Gina9210 10 years ago

Wow, you been to 16 regions?.... that's really amazing! I myself can only say half of the 16 :-( . How long does it takes that for you to travel? Are you still in Philippines right now?

ja.emmans
ja.emmans 10 years ago

The little map has zoom feature icons, so you can zoom into the actual town. This should be done when posting the location of the new spotting. Then other people can visit the same place later.
Yes I love the Philippines and the people very much, and have now visited all 16 regions, I expect very few people have managed this. Only one large Island I have not been to called Masbate.

Gina9210
Gina9210 10 years ago

I see, interesting. I saw Isabela on your map but not Ramon and so I asked. You might be talking about Iligan city of Lanao de Norte In Northern Mindanao. Wow you have been all over Philippines! I hope you enjoyed it.

ja.emmans
ja.emmans 10 years ago

There are more than one Ilagan in the Philippines but I have been to the one in Luzon and Mindanao as well.
The map shows the location, it is in Ramon not far from the rural city of Santiago.

Gina9210
Gina9210 10 years ago

It is called "Atis" in Philippines language, and yes it is sweet but plenty of seeds. Where in Isabela you've taken this. I came from Ilagan.

ja.emmans
ja.emmans 10 years ago

never tried it but they are said to be very sweet

BrandonBlount
BrandonBlount 10 years ago

according to Wiki, they are edible. :-)

Ava T-B
Ava T-B 10 years ago

Is this edible?!

ja.emmans
Spotted by
ja.emmans

Isabela, Philippines

Spotted on Jun 5, 2011
Submitted on Oct 20, 2011

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