A black blow containing whole yellow and green Pouteria caimito fruit and a halved fruit exposing translucent white pulp and a black seed
Pouteria caimito (Abiu)

One of sixty-six native Colombian species of the genus Pouteria with a habitat below 5,000 feet. This sweet fruit is called caimo in Colombia and is occasionally sold in markets close to where it is cultivated. Photographed in the department of Quindio.

Abiu fruit sliced in half showing its translucent pulp and its seed
Appetizing caimitos amarillos served on a bowl
Ripe pouteria caimito fruit on a bowl