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What type of orange is this?

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Sandi starts with ...
Finally a mystery citrus in my yard has fruited, and the fruit has turned out to be a small, sweet orange, with a very distinctive 'nipple' at the stalk end. Does anyone know if this is a named type of orange?
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jakfruit etiquette says...
Is it an easy peel, ie mandarin type or hard peel ie orange type, is it seeded or seedless. Is it a true orange flavour, or is it milder mandarin mix flavour ?
I have seen Orange seedlings with fruit like this, also tangelos.
It looks like a Dekopon/Sumo, but also Satsuma mandarins can look like this.
Next question would be is it a grafted tree or seedling ??
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Justjuice says...
Are you sure it is an orange? Tangelo (var Minneola) has the "nipple".
https://www.daleysfruit.com.au/buy/tangelo-minneola-tree.htm
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