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Raphanus sativus var. caudatus (podding radish)

Synonyms: Raphanus caudatus

Wikipedia Abstract

The rat-tail radish (Chinese: t 鼠尾蘿蔔, s 鼠尾萝卜, shǔwěi luóbó), serpent radish, or tail-pod radish is a plant of the radish genus Raphanus named for its edible seed pods. Linnaeus described it as the species Raphanus caudatus; it is now sometimes treated as a variety of the common radish (R. sativus), either caudatus or mougri.It is found primarily in India and Southeast Asia and is believed to have originated in China.
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