Tonight, while picking mustang grapes I spotted something growing along a fenceline that I can't identify. It looks like a smooth-skinned lime but it is soft. When opened, it is mostly hollow inside with a white spongy lining and alot of seeds down the middle. I don't think it's edible as I took a small taste and it tasted like slightly sweet styrofoam. I live in East Texas and have never seen this before. I'll try to post a picture tomorrow if no one has any ideas. A Google search didn't reveal anything that looks like this..
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