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Mangifera odorata (commonly known as kwini, kuwini or Saipan mango) is a species of plant in the family Anacardiaceae. It is native to Guam, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam and cultivated in Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore.
Kwini or Mangifera odorata is a mango species that is native to tropical Asia. The fruit is light orange in colour and juicy sweet when ripe. The tree emits a fragrant resinous smell. The tree flowers throughout the year and the flowers too are strongly scented with its fragrance. The sap on unripe kwini fruits is poisonous. The fruits are spherical, almost round in shape, dark green to green when ripe.
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