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Hylocereus undatus (white-fleshed pitahaya or dragon fruit)

Hylocereus undatus - white-fleshed pitahaya or dragon fruit - It is used both as an ornamental vine and as a fruit crop. These fruits are commonly known in English as "dragon fruit", a name used since around 1963, apparently resulting from the leather-like skin and prominent scaly spikes on the fruit exterior. It has pink-skinned fruit with white flesh. Family : Cactaceae

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Hylocereus undatus (white-fleshed pitahaya or dragon fruit)

Categories : Cactaceae - Family - Vertical - Portrait - Photos subjects - Climbers and vines - Cacti and other succulents - Plant Family - Fruits and vegetables -

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