All features (leaves, buds, bark, fruit) are out of focus... making definitive ID difficult for me...and there's nothing provided to give any indication of scale/size.
Bark, as best I can ascertain, is suggestive of Prunus... but the fruits look very much like a crabapple...
Differentiation between Prunus and Malus would be simple for the friend to accomplish. ... just cut or bite into a fruit... single stone/pit vs. multiple seeds.
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Subject: [nafex] Identify fruit?
I have a friend who would like this identified - growing in Quincy, MA.
Says it looks like a cross between an apple and a plum.
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