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Variety
Bidh-el-Djemel
AKA

Biddin-el-Djemel

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Description

Condit Monograph

Bidh-el-Djemel. Described by Guillochon (1913, 1927, 1929), and by Minangoin (1931); the latter as Biddin-el-Djemel, from Menzel Temine, Tunisia. Leaves small, 3-lobed. Figs below medium; eye open; skin very thin, violet in color; pulp hollow, of wine-red color.

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Common Fig with Various Dark Shades of Red or Brown or Violet to Black Skin and Various Shades of Red Pulp
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TBD
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Type
Common
Persistent Caprifig
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Poor
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Origin
Tunisia

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