Mango and Drupe

Mango fruit
Diagram of a typical drupe (peach), showing both fruit and seed
Closeup of flowers and immature fruits on an 'Alphonso' mango tree
The development sequence of a typical drupe, a smooth-skinned (nectarine) type of peach (Prunus persica) over a 7 1⁄2-month period, from bud formation in early winter to fruit ripening in midsummer
A mango stone
Assorted drupes
The seed inside of a mango pit
The peach is a typical drupe (stone fruit)
'Carabao', a typical "Southeast Asian type" polyembryonic mango cultivar
'Elena', a freestone prune plum
'Langra', a typical "Indian type" monoembryonic mango cultivar
The pit of a nectarine
Mango fruits – single and halved – grown in Brazil
Unripe drupes of black pepper
Unripe green mangos in Rincón, Puerto Rico
'Black Butte' blackberry, a bramble fruit of aggregated drupelets
Major flavor chemicals of 'Alphonso' mango from India
A ripe areca nut
An image of Ambika under a mango tree in Cave 34 of the Ellora Caves
Ginkgo "fruits", often noted as drupe-like
The "hedgehog" style is a form of mango preparation
Alphonso mango chunks
Sliced Ataulfo mangoes
A glass of mango juice
Mango chutney

A mango is an edible stone fruit produced by the tropical tree Mangifera indica which is believed to have originated from the region between northwestern Myanmar, Bangladesh, and northeastern India.

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Flowering plants that produce drupes include coffee, jujube, mango, olive, most palms (including açaí, date, sabal, coconut and oil palms), pistachio, white sapote, cashew, and all members of the genus Prunus, including the almond, apricot, cherry, damson, peach, nectarine, and plum.

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