Musa maclayi

M. maclayi
Musa maclayi is a species of seeded banana native to Papua New Guinea and possibly the Solomon Islands.wikipedia
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Fe'i banana

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It is placed in section Callimusa (now including the former section Australimusa). It is regarded as one of the progenitors of the Fe'i banana cultivars.
On the basis of appearance (morphology), Musa maclayi, native to Papua New Guinea, has been proposed as a parent.

Nicholas Miklouho-Maclay

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The species was named after the explorer and naturalist Nicholas Miklouho-Maclay, who first described it:""Besides the cultivated varieties, which have been obtained by exchange between the villages, there is to be found in the forest a wild Banana (Musa Maclayi F.
Nicholas Miklouho-Maclay is commemorated in the scientific name of the New Guinea tree species Pouteria maclayana, in the banana species Musa maclayi, and in the land snail species Canefriula maclayiana which were some of the species he discovered.

Musa (genus)

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M. maclayi F.Muell. ex Mikl.-Maclay [A]

Banana

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Musa maclayi is a species of seeded banana native to Papua New Guinea and possibly the Solomon Islands.

Papua New Guinea

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Musa maclayi is a species of seeded banana native to Papua New Guinea and possibly the Solomon Islands.

Solomon Islands

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Musa maclayi is a species of seeded banana native to Papua New Guinea and possibly the Solomon Islands.

Progenitor

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It is placed in section Callimusa (now including the former section Australimusa). It is regarded as one of the progenitors of the Fe'i banana cultivars.

Sap

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The plant has red sap and an upright flowering and fruiting stem.

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Musaceae

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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.

List of banana cultivars

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Cultivars of Musa lolodensis, Musa maclayi and Musa peekelii