Scientific name : Citrullus lanatus
Other names: Azərbaycanca: Qarpız , Български: Диня , বাংলা: তরমুজ , Català: Síndria, Meló d'aigua , Dansk: Vandmelon , Deutsch: Wassermelone , Esperanto: Akvomelono , Español: Sandia , Eesti: Arbuus , Suomi: Vesimeloni , Français: Pastèque , Hrvatski: Lubenica , Magyar: Görögdinnye , Bahasa Indonesia: Semangka , Italiano: Cocomero , 日本語: スイカ , 한국어: 수박 , Lietuviškai: Tikrasis arbūzas , Nederlands: Watermeloen , Norsk (nynorsk): Vassmelon , Norsk: Vannmelon , Polski: Kawon, Arbuz Zwyczajny , Português: Melancia , Română: Pepene , Русский: Арбуз обыкновенный , Slovenščina: Lubenica , Svenska: Vattenmelon , Türkçe: Karpuz , Tiếng Việt: Dưa hấu

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Annual plant with crawling or climbing, shaggy-woolen haired and branched stalks; Leaves petiolate, long or shortly stalked, of oval contour, mostly 3- to 7- lobed, with rough hairs, toothed, up to 25 cm long and 17 cm wide; Unisex blossoms, ...
Author: Bruno P. Kremer


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