Mountain Soursop, Wild Custard Apple, Guanabana de monte, Wild Soursop. The fruit resembles Soursop but with less sugar and has distinctive pineapple flavor.
The tree is small, evergreen, growing up to 20' tall. It has glossy dark green leaves and the fruit is spherical with a yellowish skin; it is covered with prickles. The aromatic orange pulp contains light brown to orange seeds.
The tree is pretty cold hardy, as hardy as Annona glabra (Pond Apple) and can take some light frost. Seedlings are good root stock for grafted Soursop.