Musa ‘Truly Tiny’

Musa ‘Truly Tiny’; Musa Species for ID : Lalbagh Botanical Garden Nursery, Bangalore : 29OCT20 : AK-53 : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (1) Musa Species seen at the nursery. A cultivated plant. Check this ink for an image looking somewhat similar.  https://in.pinterest.com/pin/105130972529672759/ Thanks for the link. It does look similar. References: https://www.agristarts.com/index.cfm/fuseaction/plants.plantDetail/plant_ID/86/index.htm https://www.logees.com/banana-truly-tiny-musa-hybrid.html

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Golden Backed Woodpecker on Musa species/ hybrids

SYMBIOSIS : 1449 : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (1) Attaching a collage of Golden Backed Woodpecker visiting flowers of banana. Welcome, …, after a long gap. Thank you … I got stuck in Kolkata for about six months due to current situation. … met me there on 26-9-2020. We interacted for about three hours. She told me about a […]

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Musa species- Rongpo, South Sikkim

Re: New Musa from South Sikkim : 9 posts by 4 authors. 6 images. Kindly identify Ensete superbum ?? Pl. check Ensete superbum (Roxb.) Cheesman as suggested by … i thought … had given his opinion on one of these bangladesh musa flowers Is it wild or cultivated? Wild and it is not Ensete superbum but […]

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Musa species- Soureni, West Bengal

  Musa paradisiaca L. ?? : 4 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (3) – 2 images of 1 Mb each. Location:  Manju Park, Soureni, India  Date: 6 May  2018 Altitude: 2900 ft Habit : Cultivated  Confirm whether the fruits contain seeds on not. I am not in a position to find about the status of seed […]

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Musa species- Chennai, Tamilnadu

    Banana-like plant for id 030311MK3: Please help to id this plant. Is this any Musaceae? Location: nursery at Padappai near Chennai Altitude: c. 10msl Date: 08 Jan 2011 This plant is seen planted in a pot. My colleague told that he had seen this plant in the plains of Mudumalai wls, TN [alt: […]

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Musa species- Assam

  Id for this Musa sp. Location: Assam. Date: 13.7.17 : 5 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (2) – 3 Mb each.   Attachments (2) – 1 Mb each. Without female flowers and fruits it is difficult to identify.

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