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Musa indandamanensis, a sweet banana species with orange pulp discovered in Andamans

Musa indandamanensis, a sweet banana species with orange pulp discovered in Andamans

Banana - News Update 15th October 2015A sweet banana species with orange pulp named as Musa indandamanensis has been discovered in Andamans. It was discovered by team of scientists from the Botanical Survey of India (BSI) from a remote Krishna Nalah tropical rain forest on the Little Andaman islands.

Key facts about Musa indandamanensis

Musa indandamanensis is thrice the size of a regular banana species and has unique green flowers and fruit bunch lux (axis). It is about 11 metres high while, usual banana species is about 3 to 4 metres high. Read More

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