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Old 11-30-2011, 03:33 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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here are 2 type of filipino bananas the smal yellow are really yummy..

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Old 11-30-2011, 04:37 PM   #2 (permalink)
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The red one might be a Red of some sort (i.e. Jamaican Red). The yellow one could be Lakatan, as that one is highly popular in the Philippines. I'm no expert at identification, and that's just a guess from some of the pictures I've seen.
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thank you for your answer ,sure you are right for the lakatan but the others are not red but orange and they are rather big...
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No problem. I'm no expert at banana identification, but I'm just trying to help. I know that there is a type of red plantain, but that's the closest thing I can think of.
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The purplish-red peel changes to orange-yellow and the flesh is firm, cream-colored and of good quality.

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Tony on the pic you show there is some red marks,this one had no red marks and inside it was orange too...
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Tony on the pic you show there is some red marks,this one had no red marks and inside it was orange too...
Then it's not Jamaican Red.Where is Gabe

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I'm just guessing

'Jamaican Red' grows 16 to 18 ft. tall and has a red stem. The short, fat fruit is red with orange flesh and is a delicious dessert banana. Fruit production is slow-up to 18 months. It can withstand some wind but not flooding.
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Looks like a regular red to me also. They do have slightly orangish flesh and the shape is right. The amount of red on the peels seems pretty variable. The ones in Mitchel's photo below do have plenty of red, but the lower ends of them have the same color shown in your photo.



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