Two halved Manilkara zapota fruits one with brown skin and the other exposing the brownish orange pulp in the palm of a hand
Manilkara zapota

Colombia has three native species of genus Manilkara, but this is not one of them. Cultivated below 5,000 feet. Called níspero in Colombia and the fruit is eaten raw and is astringent if not eaten ripe. It is also made into a juice using milk. Occasionally it is sold in the supermarkets./p>

A brown Manilkara zapota fruit on a the tree
Almost leafless Manilkara zapota tree branches with brown fruit under blue skies
Manilkara zapota tree with fruit