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Dovyalis caffra Warb., the Umkokola, or Kei apple, is a small to medium-sized tree, native to southern Africa. Its distribution extends from the Kei River in the south, from which the common name derives, northwards along the eastern side of the continent to Tanzania. The ripe fruits are tasty, reminiscent of a small apple.
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1. vigorous South African spiny shrub grown for its round yellow juicy edible fruits
(synonym) kei apple bush, Dovyalis caffra
(hypernym) shrub, bush
(member-holonym) Dovyalis, genus Dovyalis
(part-meronym) kai apple
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