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A clementine is the fruit of Citrus reticulata, and is a cross between a mandarin orange and an orange created by the Algerian priest Pierre Clément in 1902. Clementines are sometimes mistaken for tangerines, but the clementine has a more easily removed skin, a sweeter fruit, and no seeds.

Like all fruits, "clementine" can also refer to the tree.


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