- Flower namebiriba
- Scientific nameRollinia deliciosa
- Aliasbiriba, Rollinia deliciosa
- Place of originBrazil
- Place of floweringOrchard, Subtropical region, Specific area
- Flowering seasonJuly, August
What is biriba
Biriba (scientific name: Rollinia deliciosa) is native to Brazil and is a medium-high tree and fruit of the family Annonaceae. Grown in tropical lowlands for the purpose of fruit. The skin is creamy and has turtle-shaped protrusions. The fruits bear fruit from January to April, and can be eaten mainly raw or frozen and sorbed. The pulp has an elegant sweetness and a refreshing acidity. It is the most delicious in the tropical American Banleshi and is called “the furuta de codessa”.
Generic name: biriba, scientific name: Rollinia deliciosa, synonym: Rollinia mucosa, also known as biriba deliciosa, leaf shape: oval / elliptical, pointed tip, leaf length: 20-28 cm , Leaf order: symbiotic, petiole: yes, leaf edge: full edge, radial symptom, flower: 3-petal flower, flower diameter: 2-2.5 cm, flower color: light yellow, fruit shape: heart shape / spherical shape, fruit diameter : 15-20 cm, fruit weight: 1 kg, pericarp: creamy, protruding like a turtle shell, flesh-colored: light cream, aromatic.