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Cucumis sativus

Cucumis sativus

Cucumis sativus

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"Kema-kyuuri" (Cucumis sativus) belongs to Cucurbitaceae (the Gourd family). It is a local variety of cucumber that has been cultivated in Kema area of Osaka-city in Japan. This cucumber was probably introduced from Taiwan in the last days of Edo Era (about 150 years ago). The stems are slender and have long internodes. The leaves are plale green. The fruit is about 30 cm long and 3 cm across, its upper half is pale green to pale yellowish-green and lower half is whitish. The warts is small, black and inconspicuous.
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Shu Suehiro
shu@botanic.jp