Myrciaria strigipes (Beach Cambuca, Cambuca do Praia)
Myrciaria strigipes, commonly known as cambucá da praia (beach cambucá) or cabeludinha da praia (beach, little hairy), is a species of plant in the family Myrtaceae. It is an evergreen shrub or small tree, endemic to Bahia and Espírito Santo in the east of Brazil. The plant grows up to between 4 and 9 metres tall, and produces edible yellowish fruits between 22 and 28mm in diameter. Consumed raw, the fruit has been described as tasting somewhere between Myrciaria glazioviana and Plinia cauliflora.