Indian almond


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Indian almond

n.
An Asian tree (Terminalia catappa) having large glossy leaves, widely cultivated in the tropics for its ornamental shape and edible seeds. Also called tropical almond.
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Indian Almond (Terminalia catappa) leaf and fruit, by Damodar Lai Gurjar, 2017.
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