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Musa acuminata subsp. acuminata

Synonyms: Musa acuminata subsp. rubrobracteata; Musa acuminata var. alasensis; Musa acuminata var. bantamensis; Musa acuminata var. breviformis; Musa acuminata var. cerifera; Musa acuminata var. longipetiolata; Musa acuminata var. nakaii; Musa acuminata var. rutilipes; Musa acuminata var. violacea; Musa acuminata var. zebrina; Musa brieyi; Musa cavendishii; Musa cavendishii var. hawaiiensis; Musa cavendishii var. pumila; Musa cerifera; Musa chinensis; Musa javanica; Musa minor; Musa paradisiaca var. pumila; Musa rhinozerotis; Musa rumphiana; Musa sapientum var. pumila; Musa simiarum; Musa simiarum var. violacea; Musa sinensis; Musa sundaica; Musa zebrina; Musa zebrina f. cerifera; Musa zebrina f. rutilipes

Wikipedia Abstract

East African Highland bananas (EAHB) are triploid banana cultivars originating from the African Great Lakes region. They are a staple food crop in Uganda and other Great Lakes countries, and are used to make matoke. East African Highland bananas are also known as the Mutika/Lujugira subgroup.
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Predators

Chrysomphalus dictyospermi (dictyospermum scale)[1]

Distribution

Tanzania (Pemba), Trop. & Subtrop. Asia;

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