Annona cherimola Mill.

Species in the Global Pollen Project's Master Reference Collection.

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Distribution
Annona cherimola (rights holder: Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of Natural History, Department of Botany) © Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of Natural History, Department of Botany

Cherimoya

Annona cherimola, known as cherimoya, is a neotropical edible fruit-bearing species in the Annonaceae (the custard-apple family), native to the Andes but now widely cultivated for its sweet fruits in tropical regions worldwide (NAS 1989). The Inca (Quechua) name for it is chirimuya, which means means "cold seeds," because the plant grows at high altitudes and the seeds will germinate at higher alt... Text © Jacqueline Courteau, modified from Wikipedia

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Definition
Parent Taxon
Annona
Global Pollen Project UUID
32813146-5b06-4baa-bc49-a44610766e81
Botanical Reference
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