Scientific Name: Neisosperma oppositifolia
Chammoro Name: Fagot
Leaves: The leaves are elliptic, dark green, and slightly concave on the dorsal side as though they were wilted. The mid-vein is prominent with many indistinct, parallel side veins.
Fruit: The fruits are elliptic-oblong, about 8 cm in length and occur singly or commonly in twos.
Distribution: Indo-Malaysia, Pacific
This is one of the most common trees in the Tropical Pacific. The exterior husk of the fruit decays soon after falling, exposing a network of vascular tissue that is easily recognizable. The fruit contains two flat, edible seeds that taste rather like coconut.Original Source: Plants of Guam, i tinanom guahan siha. Phil H. Moore and Pat D. McMakin