Drupe, a stone fruit, derived from a single carpel and containing (usually) one seed. Berries â Berries on the â¦ drupe (pyrenocarp) A fleshy fruit that develops from either one or several fused carpels and contains one or many seeds.The seeds are enclosed by the hard protective endocarp (see pericarp) of the fruit.Thus the stone of a peach is the endocarp containing the seed. Examples of berries are blackberries, cranberries, strawberries, and grapes. Some examples of drupes are peaches, plums, and cherriesâbut walnuts, almonds, and pecans are also drupes. In some examples, coconut and almond are good, it is often sold just the pit in the store as people love to eat the seed rather than the fleshy layers of fruits. A drupe is a type of fruit in which an outer fleshy part surrounds a shell (what we sometimes call a pit) with a seed inside. Pomes - Pears, Apples. Many are also edible, with people eating the various parts, depending on which kind it is. Some botanists also include the fruits of walnuts, pecans, date palms, macadamia nuts, pistachio nuts, tung oil and kukui nuts as drupes because of their outer, green, fleshy husk and stony, seed-bearing endocarp. This is a Cherry ( Prunus avium ). Some are classified differently depending on the source. Examples include cherry, peach and coffee. A drupe fruit is any thin-skinned fruit with a succulent, soft flesh and hard stone or seed in the middle such as apricots, cherries, peaches and plums are all classified as drupe fruits. Drupes: Fruits that contain a single seed, or pit, surrounded by juicy flesh. of pericarp fleshy, inner portion of pericarp papery or cartilaginous, forming a core A Drupe is a single fleshy fruit with a hard stone which contains the single seed. peach, plum, nectarine, apricot, cherry, olive, mango and almond. Examples of drupes are peaches, cherries, plums, nectarines, and apricots. 4. Pomes are fleshy fruits without a central stone; instead, a number of seeds sit in a separate chamber at the center of the fruit. A drupe is a fleshy fruit with a large seed in the center â a stone fruit. Pomes are members of the Rosaceae or rose family, but not all fruit from this family are pomes: Fruit such as the apricot, peach and cherry are drupes or stony fruit. Drupe fruits include any fruit where the seed is covered by a fleshy mesocarp, including all stone fruits, coffee, mangos, and compound drupes such as blackberry and raspberry Drupes â A drupe is a fleshy fruit that has one seed surrounded by a bony endocarp, or the inner wall of the pericarp, which is sweet and juicy. Drupe fruit varieties include plums, peaches and olives â basically all pitted fruit. For instance, avocados can be classified as both berries and as drupes. Some berries can appear to be drupes, but they are usually not. E.g. Exocarp a thin skin Exocarp a thin skin c. Pome (an accessory fruit), derived from several carpels, receptacle and outer portion. Drupe fruit has a pit. Other fruits of this type are: Apricot ( Prunus armeniaca ), Plum ( Prunus x domestica ), Coconut ( Cocos nucifera ), Olive ( Olea europaea ), Peach ( Prunus persica ), Sloe ( Prunus spinosa ). A surprising number of foods are considered drupes, ranging from almonds to peaches. Berries: Fruits with a fragile cell structure, that are pulpy and juicy with tiny seeds embedded in the flesh. Drupe: Fleshy fruit with hard inner layer (endocarp or stone) surrounding the seed. Plums and peaches are both examples of drupes. Drupes are fruits with four major parts: a thin skin, a fleshy body, a hard stone, and an inner seed. Stone fruits are fruits with "pits", such as plum, peach, cherries, apricots, nectarines and prunes.