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Which Is Not Yet Known ~ Macro Monday

I have posted this fruit a few months ago. Unfortunately, until now I don’t know the name of the fruit, either in my language or in a local name, moreover in English.

Do you remember about this fruit? If the photo I shared earlier I took the vacant field during the day, this one I took the last night in my backyard. Yes, now these weeds are growing on my yard too.

I am still feeling curious about these plants, especially the fruit whose diameter is only about 2 millimeters.

  • In your opinion, do I need to taste it?

    • Yes
    • No
  • Will you be responsible if I experience convulsions after tasting it?

    • Yes
    • No
  • I took this photo two days ago from the same place as before. Do you remember this fruit in my previous post?

    • Yes
    • No

What do you think?

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  1. Users voted 19 times.
    Q: In your opinion, do I need to taste it?

    Yes (3 votes) – 15%
    No (17 votes) – 85%

    Q: Will you be responsible if I experience convulsions after tasting it?

    Yes (4 votes) – 21%
    No (15 votes) – 79%

    Q: I took this photo two days ago from the same place as before. Do you remember this fruit in my previous post?

    Yes (10 votes) – 56%
    No (8 votes) – 44%

  2. Users voted 17 times.
    Q: In your opinion, do I need to taste it?

    Yes (3 votes) – 17%
    No (15 votes) – 83%

    Q: Will you be responsible if I experience convulsions after tasting it?

    Yes (4 votes) – 24%
    No (13 votes) – 76%

    Q: I took this photo two days ago from the same place as before. Do you remember this fruit in my previous post?

    Yes (10 votes) – 59%
    No (7 votes) – 41%

    • Is the name of the plant marongay the same as moringa oleifera? If what you mean is Moringa plants, I don’t know whether Moringa is fruiting and I’m sure it’s a different plant or not Moringa. If what you mean is not moringa (we call moringa as kelor) then you make me even more curious because when I search about marongay, I only found it in the Filipino language for Moringa plants.

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