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Hello,

It's our first post on the forum.

Please can you help us ID the following variety which we found in Langkawi, Malaysia.

Small rounded bananas around 6-10cm long.



Many thanks,

Colin
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Old 01-24-2019, 01:19 AM   #2 (permalink)
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We would have to see the plant/fruit on the plant in order to give a real shot at an ID.
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Looks like a pear to me
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Okay no problem, unfortunately I didn't see the plant, I bought the bananas from a fruit stand
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Did they have a name of any kind?
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Did they have a name of any kind?
No, it was a very basic fruit stand. Looks like I will never know! haha
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