Minneola tangelos on a tree branch

Minneola tangelos on a tree branch

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Credit: ED YOUNG/AGSTOCKUSA/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Tangelos. View of Minneola tangelos on a tree branch. Tangelos are created by crossing tangerines Citrus reticulata, with shaddocks Citrus paradisi. Tangelos have a sweet flavour intermediate between that of their two parents. Like all citrus fruits tangelos are an excellent source of vitamin C. Photographed in Central valley, California, USA.

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Keywords: and frui, botany, citrus, fruit, hybrid, minneola tangelo, nature, on tree, part, parts, plant, plants, reproduction, reproductive, shaddock, structure, tangelo, tangerine, tree, type

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