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Alupag is native to Southeast Asia, commonly found in countries like the Philippines, Indonesia, and Malaysia. It grows well in tropical climates and is high in edible quality. 

Alupag fruit tastes similar to lychee and longan. It has semi-transparent flesh with a big black seed inside. Alupag fruits in bunches. Similar to the longan, the Alupag fruit has a thick outer skin that breaks easily by pressing with fingers.

Alupag do not require separate male and female plants for pollination.

When planted onto the ground, it may reach a height of 10 metres or taller but may be kept compact by pruning.

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