Except for the Apricots, long time ago, I have tried growing all the above on your list, since I also love to experiment, plus there was almost no nursery selling plant in my place when I was young.
Sorry the plant in question is not any of within that list.
I presume those in the list are what the seller told you, the content of mix-seed they sold you..
All in your list can be grown in tropics, but no guarantee to flower or fruits.
Many fruit tree (such as apple), aren't worth trying to grow from seed, since the result can be very different from parents, for most tree It is better buying plant not seed from a known variety, or if you can, do vegetative propagation, such as grafting, cutting or layering.
For banana; edible banana are triploid (if my memory correct), so they don't produce seed. If you buy banana seed, it means a species banana, a non edible ( they could be edible but seedy, wit little pulp)
Better not buy mix-seed from such a vast array of plant's type. since some plants will need different sowing method. for example; apple will need cold stratification, mango should never be treated with cold. Banana will benefits from scarification. blueberry seed are so tiny they need surface sowing on special acidic medium.... etc...etc. So buying fruit tree seed-mix is not a good idea.
(buying flower seed mix with different color, or variety is another story entirely)
Further more I would suspect a seller selling so various seed in a mix like that.... very suspicious for a scam. I mean, who would mix a tropical-huge-fibrous mango seed with temperate-tiny dust like bilberry seed..? bilberry seed would just attached and disappear within mango seed's skin.
But yes it is live... we life and learn.
And lastly. next time if you buy seeds, do take picture of the seed for documentation, since it is always a learning process.