Whole walnut-colored Tamarindus indica fruit pods and an open pod exposing redwood-colored pulp
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Tamarindus indica (Tamarind)

The fruit is called tamarindo in Colombia where it usually sold as a pulp with sugar added in the supermarkets. The fruit pods are sold in the markets. The acidic pulp can be eaten or mixed with water for a juice. Photographed in the department of Atlantico.

Red Tamarindus indica flower buds and yellow flowers with red veins and green filaments
Red Tamarindus indica flower buds and cream-colored flowers with red veins and green filaments
Tamarindus indica brown fruit pods on the tree
Tamarindus indica rusty-orange fruit pulp in an orange bowl
Red Tamarindus indica flower buds and flowers
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