Musa lolodensis

M. lolodensis
Musa lolodensis is a species of wild banana (genus Musa), occurring naturally from the Moluccas through to New Guinea.wikipedia
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Musa lolodensis is a species of wild banana (genus Musa), occurring naturally from the Moluccas through to New Guinea.
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Fe'i banana

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It is placed in section Callimusa (now including the former section Australimusa), having a diploid chromosome number of 2n = 20. It is one of the possible parents of the cultivated Fe'i bananas.
More recent genetic studies suggest they are close to M. lolodensis and M. peekelii, both from New Guinea and neighbouring islands.

Genus

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Musa lolodensis is a species of wild banana (genus Musa), occurring naturally from the Moluccas through to New Guinea.

Maluku Islands

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Musa lolodensis is a species of wild banana (genus Musa), occurring naturally from the Moluccas through to New Guinea.

New Guinea

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Musa lolodensis is a species of wild banana (genus Musa), occurring naturally from the Moluccas through to New Guinea.

Ploidy

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It is placed in section Callimusa (now including the former section Australimusa), having a diploid chromosome number of 2n = 20. It is one of the possible parents of the cultivated Fe'i bananas.

Chromosome

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It is placed in section Callimusa (now including the former section Australimusa), having a diploid chromosome number of 2n = 20. It is one of the possible parents of the cultivated Fe'i bananas.

Indonesia

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Musa lolodensis is native to Indonesia (in Halmahera of the Moluccas, and Irian Jaya) and northwestern Papua New Guinea.

Halmahera

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Musa lolodensis is native to Indonesia (in Halmahera of the Moluccas, and Irian Jaya) and northwestern Papua New Guinea.

Western New Guinea

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Musa lolodensis is native to Indonesia (in Halmahera of the Moluccas, and Irian Jaya) and northwestern Papua New Guinea.

Papua New Guinea

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Musa lolodensis is native to Indonesia (in Halmahera of the Moluccas, and Irian Jaya) and northwestern Papua New Guinea.

Ernest Entwistle Cheesman

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Proposed progenitors of fe'i bananas include Musa jackeyi, Musa lolodensis, Musa maclayi, and Musa peekelii, all of which are native to New Guinea and surrounding islands.

Musa boman

M. boman
However, it hybridizes with M. lolodensis, in section Callimusa, and is generally placed in the same section.

List of banana cultivars

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Cultivars of Musa lolodensis, Musa maclayi and Musa peekelii