The price is right, too! Bananas cost 5 cents each, the papaya and mango pictured were 35 cents and 50 cents each. The granadilla were "expensive" at 40 cents each, as were the cas at 25 cents each.
Pictured clockwise starting with the papaya are: papaya, mango, guayaba or cas, jocote or Jamaica plum, granadilla, and manzana de agua or water apple (in the middle).
"In a hyperdiverse western Amazonian forest in Ecuador, just south of the Equator, Ateles belzebuth belzebuth eat fruits from more than 250 plant species (Dew, 2005; Suarez, 2006; and unpublished data). In less diverse, subtropical sites, such as Santa Rosa National Park in Costa Rica, Ateles geoffroyi eat a much smaller number of different fruit species, or about 30 to 40 (Cant, 1977; Chapman, 1987)." Spider Monkeys, Behavior, Ecology and Evolution of the Genus Ateles; Edited by Christina J. Campbell