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Gonsallem is a type of fibrous fruit called “towel gourds” because they were used as flesh rubbers when having a bath. Gonsallem is the Luffa acutangula or Luffa amara. Its leaves have five to seven lobes, and are softly hairy when young. Its flowers are middle-sized and bright yellow. The fruit has ten sharp ridges, growing on a plant which is a steady climber, sometimes found in hedges. Its flowers open in the afternoon.