Juglans ailantifolia commonly the Japanese Walnut is a deciduous, nut bearing tree. Nuts are heart shaped very similar in taste to Black and Persian Walnuts.
Anacolosa frutescens or commonly Galo and Galonut is a nut bearing tree native of East and South East Asia. Both the pulp of the fruit that encloses the nut and nut are edible.
Sapucaia Nut or Cream Nut, known scientifically as Lecythis pisonis, is a tropical, deciduous, nut bearing tree native to Brazilian Amazonia, Colombia. produces edible nuts hanging by a slender, fleshy stalk until the stalk decays and lets the nuts to fall.
Couepia longipendula known also by the common name of Egg Nut is a tropical, rain forest, evergreen nut bearing tree from the Amazonian region. The Fruit
contains a white to light green kernel (nut) with excellent flavor.
Terminalia kaernbachii or commonly Okari Nut is an evergreen nut bearing tree native to Aru Islands of Indonesia and Papua New Guinea. Fruit is plum red when ripe and needs washing and cooking prior to ingestion. Fruit contains a single or 3-4 edible kernels, wrapped around each other with a large cell.
Pachira edulis commonly known as Saba nut and Guyana Chestnut is a tropical nut bearing tree, indigenus to the Amazon River basin. Nuts are edible andcan be consumed raw or cooked.