A lime-green Passiflora quadrangularis fruit cut in half exposing the white pulp for one of the halves
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Passiflora quadrangularis (Giant Granadilla)

A vine native to Colombia it is the largest of the passion fruits. The fruit is not commonly sold and goes by the name of badea in Colombia. It is primarily used as a juice and is very similar in taste to Passiflora ligularis (granadilla).

A red Passiflora quadrangularis flower with a purple and white corona and a green style and stigma in a yellow petal-like receptacle
A lime-green Passiflora quadrangularis fruit cut in half exposing the white pulp for one of the halves on top of a rock
A red Passiflora quadrangularis flower with a purple and white corona and a green style and stigma in a yellow petal-like receptacle in sunlight
A lime-green Passiflora quadrangularis fruit cut in half exposing the white pulp for one of the halves in a woven basket
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