Ataulfo is from  Mexico and has become established as one of the most important commercial cultivars in Mexico. It is now grown commercially elsewhere in Latin America as well. 
The trees are vigorous, vertically oriented growers and moderate producers of small, oblong yellow mangos. It is thought to be descended from the ‘Manila’ group of mangos introduced to Mexcio from the Philippines, bearing some resemblance in flavor. The flesh is firm but fiberless, with a mild taste that sweetens up as the fruit becomes riper and skin wrinkled.