Myrciaria is a genus of large shrubs and small trees native to South America, especially Brazil. Common names include Jaboticaba, Jabuticaba, Guaperu, Guapuru, Hivapuru, Sabará, and Ybapuru.
The Jaboticabas are a significant commercial fruit in Brazil, where most species are native. The fruit is grapelike in size and appearance, and often likened to a muscadine grape in taste. M. dubia, the camu-camu berry, is grown primarily in flood-zone areas of Peru and has one of the highest vitamin C (ascorbic acid) concentrations of any fruit, alongside Terminalia ferdinandiana.