I am confused by the ambiguous universal usage of names of Papaya and Pawpaw by the botanical societies, and the rest of the communities. Few descriptions I found on the Internet include:
Asimina triloba, Carica papaya, is also known as Pawpaw.
The papaya, papaw, is the fruit of the plant Carica papaya.
The Paw paw tree (Asimina triloba); Pawpaw is a deciduous tree, and the fruit has some similarity with Mango.
The other fruit that is inconsistently known as Papaya is entirely a different tree. It has a single hollow soft trunk, and the leaves stem from the crown of the tree like a palm tree and has long tubular petioles. How can an entirely two different fruits and trees be known so ambiguously.