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    Variety denomination: ‘Bingo’.

    BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION

    The present invention relates to a new and distinct early maturing, seedless, and convenient-to-consume mandarin hybrid called ‘Bingo’. This cultivar arose from a seedling tree selected among a family of hybrids from a cross of the seed parent LB7-11 (an unnamed, unreleased breeding line, itself a hybrid of ‘Clementine’ mandarin crossed with ‘Valencia’ sweet orange) and pollen parent ‘Seedless Kishu’ (known as ‘Mukakukishu’ in Japan), an unpatented, small-fruited mandarin cultivar. The cross was made in Lake Alfred, Fla. in spring 2005, and the original seedling tree was planted in the field in Lake Alfred, Fla. spring 2007. The cultivar was first selected in autumn 2013, when its distinctive appearance and unique qualities were first noted, including the significantly greater-than-average health of the tree itself, which has demonstrated substantial field tolerance to Huanglongbing disease (HLB or citrus greening). ‘Bingo’ was first asexually propagated in October 2014 by topworking onto a citrus rootstock in Vero Beach, Fla. The claimed tree reproduces true to type and is stable in successive generations.

    The original parent tree ‘LB7-11’ no longer exists. However, it differed from claimed variety ‘Bingo’ in several aspects. ‘LB7-11’ matured in mid-November to early December, while ‘Bingo’ matures from late September to early November. ‘LB7-11’ also had a thicker rind and was more difficult to peel than ‘Bingo’. ‘LB7-11’ regularly had 10-20 monoembryonic seeds per fruit under cross pollination, while ‘Bingo’ is completely seedless, even under intensive cross-pollination conditions.

    ‘Seedless Kishu’ matures at a similar time as ‘Bingo’ in Florida, although generally tends to be slightly later. The fruit of ‘Bingo’ are larger, more intensely pigmented externally and internally, and they hold on the tree longer and have a substantially longer post-harvest period than ‘Seedless Kishu’. ‘Bingo’ flowers are also larger than those of ‘Seedless Kishu’.

    ‘Fanglo’ and ‘US Early Pride’ (U.S. Plant Pat. No. 23,724, a mutant selected from irradiated ‘Fanglo’) may be harvested in Florida at the same season. ‘Fanglo’ has numerous seeds, and ‘US Early Pride’ is lower in seed number, while ‘Bingo’ is always seedless. ‘Bingo’ produces a smaller fruit, which peels much easier and cleaner than ‘Fanglo’ and ‘US Early Pride’.

    ‘Clementine’ mandarins are harvested in California at nearly the same season, and marketed throughout the US. ‘Bingo’ differs by its much deeper orange-red color internally and externally. ‘Bingo’ is easier to peel, and has much higher Brix, and in general better eating quality. Further, if cross pollinated, ‘Clementine’ fruit also will produce seeds.

    Fruit of ‘Bingo’ were harvested Sep. 30, 2015 and some were exposed to ethylene (4.5-5.0 ppm) for 48 hours, 29° C., 95% relative humidity and then stored at 4° C. for up to 8 weeks. ‘Fanglo’, the common Florida mandarin cultivar harvested in the same season, was exposed to the same conditions, with the exception that the ethylene exposure time was 24 hours. After 6 weeks of storage, fruit of both cultivars, treated and untreated, were 100% healthy. After 8 weeks in storage, 92.3% of treated ‘Bingo’ fruit and 92.85% and untreated ‘Bingo’ fruit remained healthy. By contrast, 67% of treated fruit of ‘Fanglo’ and 83% untreated fruit of ‘Fanglo’ remained healthy.

    SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION

    Early Bingo Near Me

    The following detailed description sets forth the distinctive characteristics of ‘Bingo’. This cultivar produces annual crops of well-colored fruit that are essentially seedless, very easy to peel, mature early in the season, and are of excellent eating quality. The present botanical description is that of the variety grown as a 7-8 year-old tree growing on its own roots in Lake Alfred, Fla. The colors (except those in common terms) are described using The R.H.S. Colour Chart published by The Royal Horticultural Society in London (second edition), in association with the Flower Council of Holland.

    BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS

    This new mandarin hybrid tree is illustrated by the accompanying photographs which show the tree's form, foliage, and fruit. The colors shown are as true as can be reasonably obtained by conventional photographic procedures. The photographs and phenotypic description provided herein are of a tree approximately 8-years old. FIGS. 1-3 were taken in the fall. FIGS. 4-5 were taken during the early winter from the same tree.

    FIG. 1—Shows the overall mature plant growth habit in the fall time.

    FIG. 2—Shows mature fruits hanging on the tree; fruit and foliage in upper right corner of photo is from an adjacent tree, from a different hybrid.

    FIG. 3—Shows a close-up of leaves and mature fruits.

    FIG. 4—Shows a close-up of the mature fruit.

    FIG. 5—Shows a close-up of the mature fruit with the rind and cross-sectional view of the fruit when cut in the center.

    DETAILED BOTANICAL DESCRIPTIONPhenotypic Description of ‘Bingo’
    • Classification:
        • Botanical.—Citrus reticulata hybrid×Citrus kinokuni ‘Mukakukishu’.
        • Common name.—Mandarin hybrid or Tangerine.
    • Parentage:
        • Female parent.—LB7-11, an unpatented, unreleased hybrid of ‘Clementine’ mandarinבValencia’ sweet orange.
        • Male parent.—‘Seedless Kishu’ (unpatented; also known as ‘Mukakukishu’).
    • Tree:
        • Ploidy.—Diploid.
        • Size.—Small to Medium.
        • Height.—2.7 m.
        • Tree spread.—1.8 to 2.2 m.
        • Vigor.—Vigorous.
        • Density.—Canopy is quite dense.
        • Form.—The tree has an obloid shape with lateral and upright branches growing. Branches with fruit exhibit drooping.
        • Growth habit.—Both upright and lateral growth, with more lateral growth.
    • Trunk:
        • Trunk diameter.—8.7 cm in diameter at a height of 30 cm above the ground, 7 year old tree.
        • Trunk texture.—Smooth.
        • Trunk bark color.—RHS 197A (greyed-green); irregularly striated with RHS 137B (green).
    • Branches:
        • Crotch angle.—First crotch forms a 25- to 30-degree angle, middle crotch forms a 35-degree angle.
        • Branch length.—Branch reaches 1.8 m from the first crotch to the tip of the branch.
        • Branch texture.—Relatively smooth, occasionally with small thorns or spines.
        • Branch color (shoots from previous flush, hardened and 4 to 5 mm in diameter).—RHS 138A (green).
    • Leaves:
        • Size (lamina average).—Length: 103.5 mm. Width: 52 mm. L/W ratio: 1.99.
        • Thickness.—Regular and average compared to commercial mandarin hybrids.
        • Type.—Simple.
        • Arrangement.—Alternate.
        • Shape.—Elliptical.
        • Apex.—Retuse.
        • Base.—Acute to sub-obtuse.
        • Margin.—Entire and slightly undulate.
        • Surface.—Upper surface: Glabrous. Lower surface: Medium veins that are pinnately netted.
        • Color.—Upper surface (adaxial): RHS N137A (green). Lower surface (abaxial): RHS 146A (yellow-green).
        • Petiole.—Shape: Brevipetiolate (shorter than leaf lamina); junction between petiole and lamina is articulate. Width (petiole wing): Very narrow. Shape (petiole wing): Obovate. Length: 10.9 to 11.1 mm. Width: 2.0 to 2.3 mm. Color: RHS N137A (green).
    • Flowers and flower buds:
        • Type.—Hermaphrodite.
        • Bearing.—Flowers grow from leaf axillaries and leaf terminals singly and in small clusters, single flower and double flowers growing from leaf axillaries have been seen. Each flower branch consists of 7-10 flowers.
        • Flower diameter.—Fully open flower has an average diameter of 16.5 to 19 mm.
        • Flower depth.—Typical flower has an average depth of 10.3 to 10.6 mm.
        • Flower blooming period.—First bloom: Observed Mar. 1, 2014. Full bloom: Observed Mar. 12, 2014.
        • Flower bud size.—Length: Initial visible flower bud is 2.3 mm in length; mature flower bud is 9.4 mm in length. Diameter: Initial visible flower bud is 2.5 mm in diameter; mature flower bud is 4.9 mm in diameter. Shape: Initial visible flower bud has round ball shape; mature flower bud has elongated olive shape. Color: RHS 144B (yellow-green) for initial visible flower bud; RHSNN155C (white) for mature flower bud with RHS 150D (yellow-green) spots distributed at tip of the flower bud.
        • Flower petals.—Shape: Flat, spatula shaped. Apex shape: Smooth, acute shaped. Base shape: Even obtuse.
        • Color.—Upper surface: RHS NN155C (white). Lower surface: RHS NN155C (white) with RHS 150D (yellow-green) spots distributed toward to the petal apex. Margin: Smooth.
        • Sepal.—Number: 5 per flower. Shape: Delta shaped with acute angle at apex. Length: 1.4 mm. Width: 2.1 mm. Apex shape: Triangle shaped. Margin: Smooth.
        • Color.—Upper surface: RHS 149D yellow-green). Lower surface: RHS 149C (yellow-green).
        • Fragrance.—Moderately fragrant.
        • Pedicel.—Length: 5.2 to 5.4 mm. Diameter: 0.7 to 0.8 mm. Color: RHS 143C (green).
        • Reproductive organs.—Fertility: Appears self-fertile. Stamen length: 5.0 to 5.2 mm. Anther length: 1.1 mm. Anther width: 0.5 to 0.6 mm. Anther color: RHS 18A (yellow-orange). Anther filament length: 3.7 to 3.8 mm. Pollen amount: Moderate. Pollen color (general): RHS 14A (yellow-orange). Pistil number: 1. Pistil length: 5.7 to 6.0 mm. Pistil color: RHS 12B (yellow). Style length: 4.6 mm. Style diameter: 0.8 to 0.9 mm. Style color: RHS 150C (yellow-green). Ovary shape: Oval shaped. Ovary: diameter: 1.9 mm. Ovary color: RHS 145A (yellow-green).
    • Fruit:
        • Size.—Uniform.
        • Tall.—49.5 to 51.4 mm on average.
        • Width.—59.7 to 62.5 mm on average.
        • Average weight (per individual fruit).—93.2 g.
        • Shape.—Round.
        • Shape (cross-section).—Round.
        • Apex.—Truncated with shallow dent.
        • Apex cavity diameter.—N/A.
        • Base.—Short neck or no neck with wrinkle.
        • Base cavity diameter.—5.7 to 6.1 mm.
        • Harvesting.—First pick around Oct. 15, 2014 (based on season and rootstock); last pick around Dec. 15, 2014, although fruit continue to hold on the tree for a longer time (based on season and rootstock).
        • Fruit stem (short stem connecting the fruit).—Length: 5.4 mm. Diameter: 2.5 mm. Color: RHS 199B (greyed-brown) with RHS 138A (green) strip.
        • Productivity.—The crop is substantial on an annual basis. No quantitative measure is available to date. Performance of the cultivar (increased fruit size) can be enhanced by deliberate fruit thinning earlier in the season.
    • Skin:
        • Adherence.—Adherence between albedo (mesocarp) and flesh (endocarp) is very loose, very easy to peel. The adherence is evenly distributed from base to apex.
        • Thickness.—2.3 to 2.4 mm on average.
        • Texture.—Smooth.
        • Color.—Flavedo (epicarp): Ranges between RHS N25B (orange) to RHS N25A (orange). Albedo (mesocarp): RHS 23A (yellow-orange).
        • Stylar end.—Closed.
        • Rind oil cell density.—224 oil cells/square cm.
    • Flesh:
        • Number of segments.—Average between 10 and 11 segments per fruit.
        • Segment walls.—Medium soft with sufficient strength to maintain integrity as separated.
        • Juice.—Abundant.
        • Color.—Uniformly RHS 25A (orange).
        • Texture.—Firm to medium soft.
        • Vesicles.—Length: arranged from 11.5 to 11.8 mm on average. Diameter (thickness): 3.2 to 3.4 mm on average.
        • Eating quality.—Soluble solids (average): 11.6 Brix on Oct. 20, 2014; 12.5 Brix on Nov. 9, 2014.
        • Acidity (average).—0.81% on Oct. 20, 2014; 0.83 on Nov. 9, 2014.
        • Ratio.—14.32 on Oct. 20, 2014; 15.06 on Nov. 9, 2014.
    • Seeds: Seedless, although small but insignificant seed traces can be found.
    • Resistance to disease: The cultivar has demonstrated substantial field tolerance of HLB; the block in which the hybrid was grown and selected has been severely and uniformly challenged by this disease, with nearly all trees symptomatic, severely declining, or already dead. To date, the causal agent for HLB, Candidatus Liberibacter asiaticus, has not been detected using the most sensitive qPCR detection methodology. No rigorous systematic disease resistance testing has been conducted, but the following observations have been made in the field. In addition to severe HLB pressure in the field plot where the original tree was grown, several other citrus diseases common in Florida are endemic in the orchard, including citrus canker (Xanthomonas citri subsp. citri (synonym: X. axonopodis pv. citri)), Alternaria brown spot (Alternaria alternata), and citrus scab (Elsinoë fawcettii). None of these diseases have been observed on either foliage or fruit over 2.5 years of careful observation.

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    1. A new and distinct mandarin tree called ‘Bingo’ as illustrated and described herein.
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    Brian

    Brian is the most laid-back member of our team, calming even the craziest of us. While evenings are spent working bingo, during the day you can find Brian at the body shop working on cars. Outside of work, Brian plays in a dart league and is a big football fan participating in 3-4 different fantasy football leagues throughout the season.

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    Shauna

    Shauna rocks it with our pull tab program at the Texas Bingo family of halls… she oversees all pull tab and dauber ink orders, ensuring we are always completely stocked with our customers’ favs. In her free time, Shauna enjoys spending time with her kids, listening to 70/80’s style country music and sharing a cocktail or two with friends.

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    Tommy

    With 21 years under his belt working bingo throughout Tarrant County, Tommy is one of the most beloved and well-known, local superstars among bingo players in the area. He simply enjoys bingo and enjoys all the players he serves. Outside of bingo, Tommy can be found sharing a few beers with friends, enjoying a Cowboy or Rangers game and surprise… SKYDIVING! You are one brave man, Tommy!

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    Mike M

    Mike started his bingo career with Texas Bingo in 1995. His most recent major accomplishment has been to kick the smoking habit. We are so proud of him! Mike enjoys barbequing during his free time away from the bingo hall.

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    Marie

    Marie is the proud mama of three girls and one boy in addition to the grandmother of nine beautiful grandchildren. This big-hearted, energizer bunny never stops, holding down four jobs and continuously baking the best cakes in Fort Worth. If you haven’t tried her famous cake, stop by the Texas Bingo Haltom City snack bar. Her favorite quote and one that fits her so very well… “I got this!” You do indeed, Marie!

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    Denisse

    Denisse and her husband of 16 years have four enchanting children, three boys and one girl. Always young at heart, Denisse can’t think of a better way to spend her free time than being silly and playing games with the kids. She especially loves Halloween and scary movies… yep, Denisse loves playing scary jokes on the little ones. She keeps the family on their toes, that’s for sure! But once it’s time to settle down and take it easy, Denisse enjoys a glass of wine and off to Neverland she goes… “second star to the right and straight on till morning!”

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    Weston

    Weston has been on the Tarrant County bingo scene for the past 13 years and we are honored to now have him on our team. Weston loves coffee, loves to draw and even sports an Associates Degree in Art. And let’s talk LUCK… Weston says he’s lucky! Does that mean he’ll bring you luck when he sells you your tabs? That he wins whenever he plays the lottery? Or that life has been very good to him and he’s simply a lucky man? We’re not sure… we’ll let you decide! 😊

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    Linda

    What would we do without Linda? Honest and hard-working, Linda is our BOSS Lady at Texas Bingo Haltom City and Event Coordinator for the entire company. She’s in charge of adding all those happy elements to our operation… think hall decor, special treats, drawing prizes and more. Linda has been married to the love of her life for over 34 years, is a dedicated mother and grandmother and recently adopted a new member to her family, Snoopy, a toy poodle!

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    Tommy

    We got the best of all worlds with Tommy, a 21 year bingo veteran, on our team… high energy, a passion selling big winning tabs and a he loves having a great time with players when up on the caller’s stand. Who could ask for more? Outside of bingo, the center of Tommy’s world is his 13-year-old daughter. During down time, Tommy enjoys relaxing with his buddies over a drink and good cigar!

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    Claudia

    Family. This one word explains Claudia through and through. She’s been married to the man of her dreams for 9 years and she loves her time with her 4 beautiful children, 3 boys and 1 girl. Claudia loves going out and having drinks with her sister, DG, and when the entire Gutierrez family is looking for some outstanding BBQ, they march right over to this BBQ Queen’s house! Oh, and she does love playing bingo. Of course it’s with the family! Gotta love a gal like this! 🧡

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    Caleb

    Caleb is our master pull tab roller working behind the scenes, rolling and bundling over 50,000 tabs per week. He’s a true multi-tasker… you may have seen him serving popcorn to our bingo family in the past. Always a big smile on his face, Caleb loves to being around and talking to other folks. During his free time Caleb enjoys going to the movies with his Dad and playing video games with his beloved cat, Smoky, right by his side.

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    Veronica

    Veronica is our creative artist at the Texas BingoPlex. She can whip up the absolute coolest chalk board sign and sing us a tune while she’s at it with her exceptional voice. She’s full of surprises! Outside of bingo, Veronica loves outdoor sports. She plays volleyball, rides dirt bikes and give her a fishing pole… she’s on it!

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    Dena

    Dena started her career with Texas Bingo back when she was a gum-smacking youngster. She grew up and now 30+ years later she remains a dedicated and loyal part of our team in Haltom City. We don’t know what we would do without her! Dena loves dogs better than people, enjoys spending time with the “dead” during her free time (yep… she’s into that whole ancestry thing) and “Shit Happens!” is her motto.

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    Cyril

    Cyril has been a familiar face a part of the Texas Bingo family since 1997. Casinoland free spins poker. Married for 48 years, he has two beautiful adopted children, one which was featured on the Barney TV series as Lucy. A man of many talents, Cyril taught Spanish and PE for 25 years and was a professional Clogger… no he didn’t professionally “beat” folks, he danced!

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    Clara

    Clara left the Philippines and arrived in the USA in 1977. She’s been a part of our bingo family since 2002. During her free time Clara enjoys Karaoke, singing, dancing and playing bingo. Go ahead, ask her… maybe she’ll do a little song and dance for you!

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    Brandy

    Give Brandy some Starting Gate and she is off and running! Brandy loves selling pull tabs. When she’s not doing the bingo scene, Brandy can be found spoiling her beautiful 2-year-old daughter. She also enjoys spending time playing in several dart leagues around town.

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    Lance

    Need computer help? Can’t figure out the issue with your phone? Are you helpless with technology? Lance is your guy! No wait… he’s our guy! Lance is our IT expert at Texas Bingo from spreadsheets to bingo computers to audio/visual. Outside of bingo you can find Lance enjoying a few drinks with friends, listening to music and his movie collection is OUTRAGEOUS!

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    Heather

    A heart of gold, Heather’s number one priority is the care and well-being of her children. When not at the BingoPlex, which is usually 7-days a week, Heather is running around town with her four beautiful children, all under the age of 10… trampoline parks, swimming, doctor’s appointments and more. Heather’s favorite quote, “Walk by faith and not by sight”.

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    Suzy

    Suzy, a 25+ year veteran at the BingoPlex, is commonly known as Suzy – Homemaker! Whether it’s baking, crafting or making her famous cheese balls, this super grandma not only keeps the grandkids up to their ears in treats but also the entire team here at Texas Bingo. What would we do without Suzy?

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    Rhonda

    “Family First” and a heart of gold is what Rhonda is all about. She’s an extremely proud and loving, full-time mother to her two young grandsons. An incredibly busy lady, Rhonda has been with the Texas Bingo family since 1988, works a full time job outside of bingo and loves spending her free time scooting the grandsons around town to their various activities.

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    Jennifer

    Jennifer was born in Texas but raised in California. She has two very amazing daughters that brightens her days! Jennifer’s hobbies include… well, everything can be a hobby if you think about it, so why have just a few. Jennifer is a free spirit. Her favorite quote… “No one ever made a difference by being like everyone else.”