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  • Cherry Rosaceae

    Cherry: two stars for what is usually a five star fruit.

  • Granny Smith apple Rosaceae

    Granny Smith apple: three and a half stars for what is usually a three star fruit.

  • Guava Myrtaceae

    Guava: two stars for what is usually a two and a half star fruit.

  • Kiwi fruit Actinidiaceae

    Kiwi fruit: two stars for what is usually a two star fruit.

  • Navel orange Rutaceae

    Navel orange: four and a half stars for what is usually a four star fruit.

  • Nectarine Rosaceae

    Nectarine: four stars for what is usually a five star fruit.

  • Banana Musaceae

    Banana: three and a half stars for what is usually a three and a half star fruit.

  • Pineapple Bromeliaceae

    Pineapple: five stars for what is usually a five star fruit.

  • Passionfruit Passifloraceae

    Passionfruit: five stars for what is usually a five star fruit.

  • Pamplemousse Rutaceae

    Pamplemousse: three stars for what is usually a three and a half star fruit.

  • Strawberries Rosaceae

    Strawberries: four and a half stars for what is usually a three star fruit.

  • Lemon Rutaceae

    Lemon: four stars for what is usually a four star fruit.

  • Fig Moraceae

    Fig: two stars for what is usually a three star fruit.

  • Tomato Solanaceae

    Tomato: five stars for what is usually a four and a half star fruit.

  • Lychee Sapindaceae

    Lychee: four and a half stars for what is usually a four and a half star fruit.

  • Umeboshi Rosaceae

    Umeboshi: two stars for what is usually a two star fruit.

  • Honeydew melon Cucurbitaceae

    Honeydew melon: four stars for what is usually a three and a half star fruit.

  • Grape Vitaceae

    Grape: four and a half stars for what is usually a four and a half star fruit.

  • Aloe vera drink Asphodelaceae

    Aloe vera drink: four stars for what is usually a two star plant with a zero star fruit.

  • Lemongrass Poaceae

    Lemongrass: four stars for what is usually a four star plant.

  • Legumes Fabaceae

    Legumes: five stars for what is usually a five star fruit.

  • Longan Sapindaceae

    Longan: three and a half stars for what is usually a four star family of fruit.

  • Jackfruit Moraceae

    Jackfruit: three and a half stars for what is usually a two and a half star fruit in its unripe, savoury form.

  • Sapodilla Sapotaceae

    Sapodilla, or Manilkara zapota: unknown stars.

  • Achacha Clusiaceae

    Achacha: five stars for what is usually a five star fruit.

  • Star fruit Oxalidaceae

    Star fruit: three stars for what is usually a three star fruit.

  • Lillipilli Myrtaceae

    Lillipilli, or Syzygium australe: four stars for what is usually a four star fruit.

  • Midyim berry Myrtaceae

    Midyim berry, or Austromyrtus dulcis (sweet southern myrtle): four stars for what is usually a four star fruit.

  • Wax jambu Myrtaceae

    Wax jambu, or Syzygium samarangense: three and a half stars for what is usually a three and a half star fruit.

  • Lime Rutaceae

    Persian lime, or Citrus × latifolia: three and a half stars for what is usually a three star fruit.

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