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A form of citrus fruit the size of a grapefruit, but with a loose - easily removable skin. It"s a cross between a grapefruit, an orange (probably a Seville) and a tangerine. Discovered by F.G. Sharp at the Trout Hall Estate, Manchester, Jamaica in 1915 or 1916; then developed by Henry Queensborough Levy in the 1920"s on the same estate.
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