5 or 6 months after flowering the the trees become fruits. The fruits are covered by yellowish hairs. The pericarp is 8-10 mm thick, woody, enclosing a dry mealy pulp. Fruits are variable, globose to ovoid or oblong-cylindrical (13). 7,5-54 cm long and 7,5-20 cm wide. Old trees carry up to 250 fruits (16).
The pot (epicarp) contains the fruit pulp (endocarp) which is split in small powdery slides (3).


Seeds are renifor and embedded in the fruit pulp. They are dark brown to reddish black with smooth testa. 1 mm thick and 1 cm wide (13). The weight of one seed is 300 mg (average).