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In Malaysia, collection of various varieties or clones of durians began only in the early 1930. There are 3 distinct periods when durian naming and clone naming were carried out .
  1. 1930 - 1950s  -  Clone D2 to D88
  2. 1950 - 1960s  -  Clone D90 to D96
  3. 1970s               -  Clone D97 to D134
  4. The last collection was in 1973

The following information is by courteousy of  the Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation of Australia and the Agricultural Department of Malaysia at:

https://rirdc.infoservices.com.au/downloads/97-001W.pdf

 

The current recommended clones listed by the Department of Agriculture Malaysia include:

 

D 24, D 99 (Gob Kecil), D 123 (Chanee), D 145 (Berserah), D 158 (Gan Yau), D 159 (Monthong), D 169 (Tok Litok), D 188 (MDUR 78), D 189 (MDUR 79) and D 190 (MDUR 88). Additionally, in Penang popular clones planted are D 163 (Hor Lor), D164 (Ang Bak), and D 175 (Ang Hea); in Perak - D 120 (Manong or KK5), D 146 (Lempur Emas), D 148 ( Durian Paduka) and D 150 (Empang Emas); in Selangor - D160 (Buluh Bawah), D 162 (Tawa) and Penu (MDUR 505); and in Johore - D 168 (Mas Hajah Hasmah).

 

D1    (Small seeds)-          Registered on 00.00.1934

 

D2    Dato Nina    

Locally called “Dato Nina”, this variety comes from Malacca and was registered in 1934. A medium -large, erect tree which flowers well but yields poorly. It exhibits good tolerance to Phytophthora stem canker. Its average fruit size is about 1.3-1.8 kg. The fruit is mostly deformed, kidney-shaped, lopsided with small sharp spines and difficult to open despite its thin wall. Its aril is thick, bronze- yellow, firm and of

excellent taste. Its deformed shape means only a few locules are present and each has 1-2 arils.

 

D 3

This was registered in 1939. It bears thin-fleshed fruit with large seeds.

 

D 4

The local name is Repok B2, from Batu Kurau, Perak. This clone was registered on 27.07.1934. It has moderate sized fruit with low quality, thin flesh and many seeds.

 

D6

This was registered in 1936. The moderate sized fruit has thick flesh of moderate quality and abundant seeds.

 

D 7

This variety comes from an orchard at 11th mile Kajang, Selangor and was registered in 1934. It produces average size round ellipsoid fruit with a yellow thick rind and average quality sweet flesh. This variety has poor shelf-life.

 

D 8

This variety comes from Kuala Lumpur and was registered on 27 July 1934. It bears large fruit and yields heavily. The fruit pulp is thin, white in colour, and of average flavour.

 

D 10

Also called “Durian Hijau”, this variety comes from 13th mile Kajang, Selangor. It was registered in 1934. The tree is of medium size with a large canopy, moderate to high yielding and is susceptible to Phytophthora. The fruit is round to oval, 1-1.7 kg in weight, with moderately thick, yellowish-green rind which tends to split open, imparting it with poor keeping quality. The aril is thick, bright yellow, sweet and nutty, and overall good quality. This clone is similar to D 7.

 

D 16

This clone was registered in 1936. Despite being a high and consistent yielder, it bears average size fruit with thick white creamy pulp of average quality and many seeds.

 

D 24

The is the most sought after clone and originated from Bukit Merah, Perak. It was registered on 30 November 1937. The tree is large with a broad, pyramidal canopy. It flowers regularly and bears 100-150  fruits / tree / year. Each fruit is about 1-2 kg, ellipsoid to oval shape with thick, light green rind and 1-4 arils/locule. The flesh is yellow, thick, firm, smooth, sweet and nutty with a slightly bitter taste. Unfortunately it is extremely susceptible to Phytophthora and also exhibits physiological uneven pulp ripening.

 

D 29

This cultivar originated from Kuala Kangsar and was registered on 27 July 1938. It bears moderately large, ellipsoidal fruit. The seeds are large and the flesh is watery hence of low quality.

 

D 30

This clone is locally called “Ho Kuen No. 1.” and comes from Bentong, Pahang. It was registered on 5 January 1939. The flesh is thin, pale yellow but creamy sweet. The seeds are large and abundant.

 

D 33

This accession is called “Sakai No.1”, this cultivar comes from Bentong, Pahang and was registered on 10 Jan 1939. The fruit is of inferior quality with watery flesh and large seed.

 

D 38

This cultivar is named “Haji Abu” after its owner, from Kg. Ulu Pilah, Negeri Sembilan. This accession was registered on11.08.39 by  Sidak b. Ishak.  It bears moderate sized fruit with white, thick, fibrous flesh.

 

D 66

This clone is called “Durian Raja” and comes from Ulu Sungkai, Batang Padang, Perak, and was registered in 1948. The fruit is small, seedy with thin, tasteless flesh.

 

D 84

This cultivar comes from South Perak and was registered on 07.12.48  by Che Wahab. The fruit is large with pale yellow flesh of mediocre taste. It has poor shelf life. There is a line along the fruit stalk.

 

D 88

Locally called “Bangkok 8” from Thailand, this accession was registered on 30 Aug 1950 (DOA). It has large fruit with sweet, thick, white flesh. It suffers occasionally from watery pulp and uneven ripening.

 

D 90

This local cultivar comes from Jasin in Malacca was registered on 10 Dec 1951 by Mat Arop b. Kumat . The fruit is large with thin pulp but is sweet and delicious.

 

D 92

This cultivar is also called “Biancheng” from Bagan Jernal, Penang. It was registered on 21 Jul 1952 by Cheong Teik Kee. Reportedly from Thailand, it bears large globose, fruit with thick, goldenyellow flesh, high quality, sweet with some bitterness.

 

D 96

This clone is called “Bangkok” indicating its origin from Thailand. It was registered on 12 Feb 1955 (DOA). The mother plant is found in Pusat Pengeluaran Tanaman in Serdang, Selangor. It has fruit characteristics similar to D 2. Generally its fruit is of average size and tastes excellent.

 

D 97

This has a local name “Foo”, from Penang and was registered on 17 Jun 1970. It has moderate sized fruit with thick, golden-yellow high quality flesh. Yields are low.

 

D 98

Popularly known as “Katoi”, this clone was registered on 17 Jun 1970. It has been reported to be introduced from Thailand. It bears large fruit with thick, white pulp, but of average flesh quality.

 

D 99

This is also called “Gob”, an introduction from Thailand which was registered on 17 Jun 1970. A medium-sized tree, low branching with loose canopy and it exhibits biennial bearing, A 10-15 years old tree produces 100-130 fruits/season. This variety crops early and is tolerant to Phytophthora as well as to dry environment. This variety is a good pollinizer clone for other varieties. Fruits are usually bell-shaped to lychee shaped sometimes round with a slight depression at the apical end, lobed with distinct grooves delineating the locules. Average fruit weighs 1-1.5 kg, yellowish-brown, light green with densely packed, long spines which are recurved at the tip. The fruit peduncle is medium length and thick. The rind is uniformly thin and easily split open exposing the very thick, creamy , sweet, nutty, firm and golden-yellow flesh. The aroma is pleasant. There are usually 2 -3 large arils/locule.

 

D 100

This clone is from Thailand and was first registered on 17 Jun 1970. It has large fruit with creamy, sweet, thick, white flesh.

 

D101

This clone is called “Bangkok T16”, from Thailand and was registered on 17 Jun 1970. The original tree is grown at the Pusat Pengeluaran Tanaman (PPT) Serdang, Selangor. It bears large fruit with thick, dry yellow pulp and is of good flavour.

 

D 102

This accession is called “Bangkok T 17”, from Thailand, and was registered on 17 Jun 1970. It produces large oblong fruit with thick, dry, yellow flesh.

 

D 103

Designated “Bangkok T 28”, this entry was registered on 17 Jun 1970. It bears moderately large fruit with thick, white, watery flesh. the flesh is bitter and not very delicious

 

D104  Taiping 2 .  Reggistered on  17.06.70  by A. Hamid b. Awang

 

D 105

Also known as Durian Ganja, this clone originated from Kg. Cheh, Taiping, Perak and was registered on 17 Jun 1970 by Awang b. Hj. Yaakob. The fruit is ellipsoid - tapering slightly towards the polar ends, 2-2.5 kg in weight, brownish -yellow when mature ripe with straight, short spines widely spaced apart. The peduncle is moderately long and the rind is thick usually there are 3 arils/locule with creamy, firm, yellow flesh.

 

D106  Taiping 5.  Registered on  17.06.70  by  Yunos.

 

D107  Durian Ular Kekek.  Registered on  17.06.70  by  Hjh. Saadiah.

 

D108  Nasi Kunyit.  Registered on 17.06.70 by Hjh. Saadiah.

 

D 109

This accession is called “Seberangan” Manong 4 , from Kuala Kangsar, Perak, and was registered on 17 Jun1970 by Yeop Abd. Rahman b. Anjang Osman . It bears moderately large, ellipsoid fruit, with sweet, creamy, firm, orangeyellow flesh. It has high yields.

 

D 110

This is also called “Seberangan” Manong 5  from Kuala Kangsar.  Registered on 17 Jun 19 by Yeop Abd. Rahman b. Anjang Osman. The fruit has long spines with thick, red rind. The flesh is thick, yellow, creamy sweet without bitterness.

 

D 111

This is known as “Emas Enggang” from Kuala Kangsar. Registered on 17 Jun 1970 by Ming Fong.  No fruit description was given.

 

D 112

This is called “Emas Perak” from Kuala Kangsar. Registered on 17 jun 1970 by Ming Fong. No fruit description was given.

 

D 113

The local name is “Raja Patani”, from Kuala Kangsar. This entry is an introduction from Thailand and was registered on 17 Jun 1970 by Ming Fong.  It has large fruit with large spines and soft, white flesh.

 

D 114

Called “Kampan”, from Kuala Kangsar. Registered on 17 Jun 1970 by Ming Fong.  No description of the cultivar was given but the name indicates that the cultivar is from Thailand.

 

D 115

This accession is called “Mas Pahang l” from Kuala Kangsar. Registered by Ming Fong.  No description was given in the register.

 

D 116

This entry is called “Durian Batu” . Registered on 17 Jun 1970 by Lee Lam Siew No other information was provided in the register.

 

D 117

This variety was registered as “Durian Gombak” on 5 Jan 1971 and comes from Gombak, Selangor. The fruit is small and elongated fruit with thick rind, yellow pulp and good flavour flesh.

 

D118  Durian Tembaga. Registered on 17.06.70  by Lee Lam Siew

D119  Durian Ganjil . Registered on 05.01.71.

 

D 120

This clone is designated KK 5 or “Manong” as it comes from Kg. Jeliang, Manong, Kuala Kangsar, Perak. It was registered on 17 Jul 1971 by Mohd. Nasib b. Kulob Talib. Its fruit shape is similar to D 2 ie. ellipsoid and deformed. The flesh is thick, creamy, yellowish and very sweet with a slightly bitter taste.

 

D 121

Despite is local name “Emas Pahang II”, this variety comes from Kg. Loh, Enggor, Kuala Kangsar in Perak. It was registered on 17 Jul 1971 by Shamsudin b. Hj. Yob  and is supposed to be clone D 15. It produces greenish fruit with creamy, yellowish flesh of good flavour. It produces few well-formed seeds.

 

D122  RimD1 . Registered on 24.07.71  by  Pertab Singh.

 

D123  Chanee . Registered on 14.07.71   Pertab Singh. This is believed to be a Thai durian.

 

D124  RimD5. Registered on 14.02.73 by Pertab Singh.

 

D 125

This was registered as “Gob T21” ( Kop Jantung) on  14 Feb 1973 and comes from Sik, Kedah. A Thai clone with large, ellipsoid fruit. The flesh is watery yellow, creamy sweet, fine textured and soft. The seeds are moderately large.

 

D 126

This entry is called “Kop T24”. Registered on 14 Feb 1973. A Thai clone with large, ellipsoid fruit from Sik, Kedah. the flesh is creamy sweet, soft, fine-textured and yellow. The aril is small aril with small seed.

 

D 127

This entry is called “Kop T25”, from Sik, Kedah and was registered on  14 Feb 1973. This cultivar comes Thailand. It has ovoid, 2 kg fruit with creamy sweet, thick, soft, slightly fibrous, yellow flesh and moderately large seeds.

 

D 128

This is also an introduction from Thailand, called “Pakta 66” from Sik, Kedah and registered on 14 Feb 1973.

 

D 129

A Thai clone called “Chanee T41”, registered on 14 Feb 1973 from a planting in Sik, Kedah. It bears large, heart-shaped fruit with, creamy sweet, yellow flesh and large seed.

 

D 130

A Thai clone designated as Gan Yaow T 63 and registered on 14 Feb 1973. The mother tree is found at Pusat Latihan Pertanian, Charok Padang, Sik, Kedah. The fruit is globose, flattened at the peduncle end and indented at the stylar end, lobed with groove between the locules. The peduncle is short and thick. The spines are broad, short, straight and widely spaced. Each fruit weighs 3-3.25 kg. The fruit is brownish to yellowish-green when mature ripe, with thin rind which is thicker at the stylar end. The central placenta area is prominent and large making the locules kidney shaped. There are 3-4 arils/locule. The flesh is yellow and firm.

 

D 131

This is called “Katoi T9” and was registered on 14 Feb 1973. The mother tree is found in Charok, Sik, Kedah. A Thai clone with large, heart-shaped fruit. the flesh is yellow, soft, sweet and bitter, quite thick, with little fibrous and quite large seeds.

 

D 132

This entry is called “Eddie Special” and its owner is the RIM Nursery, Sg. Buloh, Selangor. It was registered on 28 Mar 1973 by Pertab Singh.  Its fruit is similar to D 8, moderate taste, white flesh but a high yielder.

 

D 133

Locally called “Durian rambutan”, this clone comes from Larut Tengah, Air Kuning, Taiping, Perak. The clone was registered on 5 April 1973 by Zainal Abidin b. Shaaban. The flesh is thick, creamy, goldenred and of pleasant texture. The seeds are small and shrunken.

 

D 134

This clone was registered on 5 May 1973 by Cheah Eng Hin and comes from Slim Village, Perak and often designated as Slim. The fruit is medium size and has thick rind and thick, golden-red flesh.

 

D 135

This entry is designated “Foo Fatt” and was registered on 5 May 1973 by Cheah Eng Hin from Slim village, Slim river, Perak. The only information available is that it is a Thai introduction.

 

D 136

This entry is called “Senggarang I”, from Senggarang and was registered on 5 May 1973 Lian Chin Peng by . it produces round to ellipsoid fruit with long stalk, and short, wide spines. The taste is average.

 

D 137

This entry is known as “Senggarrang 2” from Senggarang. Registered on 5 May 1973 by Lian Chin Peng. The fruit is creamy and bitter.

 

D 138

This entry is called “Senggarang 3” from Senggarang but no information was given in the register. Registered on 5 May 1973 by  Lian Chin Peng.

 

D 139

This is also labelled “Senggarang 4”, from Senggarang. Registered on5 May 1973 by  Lian Chin Peng.The fruit is elongated, with small long spines and thin rind. The thin, white flesh is bitter-sweet.

 

D 140

This entry is labelled as “D X Rogue D24” from Pusat Pengeluaran Tanaman Serdang and was registered on 1 Jun 1981 (DOA). The fruit is moderately large, ellipsoidal with long, sharp spines, dark brown rind which is easily open. The golden yellow flesh is sweet and fairly thick. Yields are high.

 

D 141

This is a hybrid of D 101 x D 2 (Tree No. 300) from Pusat Pengeluaran Tanaman Serdang, registered on 1 Jun 1981 (DOA). The fruit is brown, moderately large, elongated with a thin rind. The thick, golden-yellow flesh is sweet and dry.

 

D 142

This is a hybrid D 66 x D 2 (Tree No. 34) from Pusat Pengeluaran Tanaman , Serdang and registered on 1 Jun 1981 (DOA). The fruit is moderately large, elongated, brown with a thick rind and large spines. The flesh is creamy yellow, fairly thick and fine texture.

 

D 143

This is a hybrid of D 2 x D 7 (Tree No. 57) from Pusat Pengeluaran Tanaman Serdang, registered on 1 Jun 1981 (DOA). The fruit is fairly large, ellipsoidal-elongated, brown skin with large spines. The flesh is thick, slightly dry, golden-yellow and of high quality. Yields are moderate.

 

D144

This is a hybrid of D 24 x D 2 (Tree No. 118) from Pusat Pengeluaran Tanaman Serdang and registered o n 1 Jun 1981 (DOA). The large, heart-shaped fruit is brown with fairly large spines. The flesh is slightly dry, golden-yellow and of excellent quality.

 

D 145

This clone is called “Durian Hijau” as it ripens green and also as Durian Berserah, or Tuan Mek. It comes from Berserah, Pahang and was registered on 30 Oct 1991 by Encik Khidzir Engku Ali . It produces moderately large, 1.3-1.5 kg, round to oval fruits. It bears less frequently but yields a good crop. The fruit rind is moderately thick and encloses 1-4 arils/locule in a single row. The flesh is thick, bright yellow, fine-textured, sweet and nutty with a good aroma. This clone is susceptible to Phytophthora.

 

D 146

This clone is commonly called “Lumpur Mas” (golden mud). It was registered on 2 April 1985 and comes from Kg. Lumpur Ulu, Kuala Kangsar in Perak. It won the top prize at the Perak State Durian Competition in Taiping in 1983. The fruit weighs 1-3 kg, ellipsoid in shape and dark green. The aril is large with yellowish, sweet and delicious flesh.

 

D 147

This variety is called “Paya Lintah” or “Kuning” locally. It was registered on 2 April 1985 and comes from Kg. Paya Lintah, Kuala Kangsar, Perak. It won the second prize at the durian competition in 1983. Its fruit characteristics and taste are similar to D7. The fruit is brown with cream-coloured flesh.

 

D 148

This entry is called “Paduka” - winner in the Durian State Competition held in Perak on 12 April 985 the year of its registration. The tree is found in Kg. Gajah. Perak. the fruit is moderately large, round with delicate spines. The sweet yellow flesh is of moderate quality.

 

D 149

This entry is called “Pulut Emas”. This entry is the winner of the Durian Competition held at the Larut and Matang District level in 1985 in Batu Kurau. No description was available in the register.

 

D 150

This clone comes from Bukit Sempeneh, Batu Kurau, Perak and is called “Emping Emas”. It was registered on 2 April 1985 after capturing the second prize in the Perak Durian competition held at Kg. Gajah in 1985. The fruit is elongated, tapering at the apical end and brownish green, with a moderately long, 9 cm peduncle. The aril is thick and large with fine-textured, yellow flesh.

 

D 151

Its local name is “Kanchong Darat” and originated from Banting, Selangor. It was registered on 14 jul 1986 after winning the overall top prize in the durian competition held at Banting, Selangor in 1985. The fruit is elongated, large and green . Its creamcoloured flesh is of excellent taste.

 

D 152

Locally called “Katak” (Frog), this clone originated from Jitra in Kedah. Registered on 14 Jul 1986. It took the overall winner prize in the durian competition held on Farmer’s Day at Seberang Prai, Kedah. It produces large fruit 3-4 kg, oval to ellipsoid in shape with a long, 9-10 cm peduncle. The spines are sharp, straight and quite widely spaced. The arils are thick, large with moderately fine-textured, yellow flesh with flat and shrunken seeds.

 

D 153

Designated “Kuala Kangsar 2” (KK 2), the clones comes from Kuala Kangsar, Perak and was registered on 8 Dec 1986. It bears medium sized fruit, round to ellipsoid, with rough, short, sharp and widely spaced spines. The fruit is often cleft and has a thick peduncle and thick rind. There are 3-4 arils/locule and the flesh is thick, medium finetextured, yellow and dry. It is reported to be a good yielder.

 

D 154

This entry is called “Sepandak:. It won the Durian Competition Larut-Matang District l level held at Kg. Gajah, Perak in 1984. No description was available in the register.

 

D 155

Also known by its local name “Srikaya”, this clone comes from Kuala Kangsar. It was registered on 30 Sep 1987 after it took the overall winner prize in the State durian competition held in Ipoh in 1987. It resembles D 24 in shape and aril characters but has layered, yellow flesh.

 

D 156

Called “Kg. Perak”, this clone comes from Batu Kurau, Perak and was registered on 30 Sep 1987. It chalked up the second place winner in the 1987 State durian competition at Ipoh the same year. It bears moderate size, oval, green fruit. The aril is large with sweet, pale bronze flesh of excellent quality.

 

D 157

This entry is called “Seberang” from Gopeng, Perak and registered on 30 Sep 1987. The moderately large fruit is round to ellipsoid with creamy sweet, white flesh.

 

D 158

A Thai clone, also known by the name “Gaan Yaow” which means long stalk (10-15 cm). Registered on 30 Jun 1987 by Hj. Omar b. Hj. Bin.  It produces round or globose, brownish -yellow fruit with moderately thick rind and sharp, straight, dense spines. There are 3 large arils/locule. The flesh is thick, creamy, firm, sweet, golden-yellow with a pleasant aroma which is not strong.

 

D 159

Colloquially called “Bantal Mas” ie. “Golden pillow” or “Monthong”, this clone was introduced from Thailand and was registered on 30 Jun 1987. It bears very large, elongated, oval fruit with a tapering sharp apex, weighing 4-6 kg,. The large, yellow aril is sweet and of excellent quality.

 

D 160

Locally named “Buluh Bawah”, this clone originates from Banting, Selangor and was registered on 30 Jun 1987 by Lim Hai Chua . The fruit is large, 3 kg, oval to ellipsoid, green and rough, with short, widely spaced spines. The thin rind can be easily opened. The large aril has thick, firm, brownish-yellow, creamy sweet flesh of excellent quality.

 

D 161

Called “Merah” ie. red, this variety comes from Banting, Selangor and was registered on 30 Jun 1987 by Lim Hai Chua. The large brownish-green fruit weighs 3 kg, elongated to oval with short, sharp widely spaced spines. There is 1-2 large aril/locule. The pulp is orange-yellow, slightly fibrous, dry and of excellent quality.

 

D 162

This is more popularly known as “Tawa”. It comes from Banting, Selangor and was registered on 30 Jun 1987 by Lim Hai Chua . The fruit is medium large, elongated, and yellowish-green. The aril is medium large with firm, yellow-white pulp of excellent bitter but creamy sweet taste.

 

D 163

Popularly called “Horlor” (Labu), from Balik Pulau, Penang, this variety captured the overall winner prize in the durian competition in Balik Pulau on 30 Jun1987 by Chan Fatt Hin. The fruit is oval, cylindrical, medium size fruit with a thick rinds and short peduncle. The spines are closely spaced and of medium length. There are 2-3 arils/locule. The arils are moderately thick, yellow coloured and the flesh is smooth, creamy sweet and of

excellent quality.

 

D 164

Its local name is “Ang Bak” meaning red flesh. It won the third prize in the durian competition at Balik Pulau on 30 Jun 1987 by Teoh Eng Eng , the year of its registration. It bears medium size, elongated to ellipsoid fruit with medium length, sharp, conical, densely spaced spines; medium thick rind and short peduncle. The pulp is moderately thick, orange yellow, fine textured, creamy sweet and of excellent quality.

 

D165

Colloquially called “Cheh Chee” or green durian, the clone comes from Balik Pulau, Penang and was registered in 1987. it produces medium size fruit, ellipsoid to round with large, long, densely spaced spines. The large aril has cream coloured, medium thick, smooth, creamy, excellent quality flesh.

 

D 166

Named “Balik Pulau”, after its place of origin in Penang, this clone was registered on 30 Jun 1987 by  Lee Toh Sem. The fruit is medium large, oval, green with large, short, sharp and widely spaced spines. The aril is moderately thick and the flesh is yellow, sweet and of good quality. The tree yields well.

 

D 167

Also known by its local name “Buaya” meaning crocodile, this clone originates from Kuala Langat, Selangor and was registered on 30 Jun 1987 by Yap. It won second prize in the durian competition in 1985 Selangor. The fruit is large, oval elongated, brown-green with thick rind. The large aril is orange-yellow, creamy sweet, delicious and of good quality.

 

D 168

Called “Mas Hajah Hasmah” after its owner or “Mas Muar” ie Muar Gold, this cultivar originates from Muar, Johore. Registered on 24 May 1989 by Hjh. Hasmah bt. Hj. Hashim.  The tree is moderately large and bears frequently with high yields. The fruit is round, weighs 1.4-1.6 kg, brownish green with a short peduncle. The fruit is easily open exposing 3-4 moderately large arils per locule. The pulp is orange yellow, firm, sweet and creamy. Some of the seeds are

small and shrunken.

 

D 169

This accession is called “Tok Litok” from Kelantan and was registered in May 1989 by  Wee Chong Beng. The fruit is fairly large 1.5-3 kg, ellipsoid, yellowish-green with sharp, long spines. The flesh is thick, yellow with a slight bitterness.

 

D 170

This durian is called “Kepala Babi”. It originates from Biawak, Sarawak and was registered on 5 jun 1989. The fruits are ellipsoid.

 

D 171

This entry is called “Durian Sg, Sut” after it place of origin in Kapit, Sarawak and was registered on 5 Jun 1989. The fruit has lots of aborted, shrunken seeds.

 

D 172

This is called “Durian Botak” and comes from Tangkak, Johore and was registered on 17 jun 1989. It has fairly large, round fruit without spines.

 

D 173

This local clone is called “Durian Siew” from Mantin in Negeri Sembilan and was registered on 21 Jul 1989. The fruit is fairly large, round and green-brown. The flesh is yellow, thick, sweet, slightly fibrous, dry and bitter.

 

D 174

This is called “Haji Sani” after its owner from Semenyih, Selangor who registered it on  8 Jan 1990 by Hj. Sani b. Mohd. Jali. The fruit is fairly large (1.5 kg), round, and orange-brown. The flesh is copper-yellow, thick, soft, excellent quality like D 2, sweet and delicious, creamy and slightly bitter. The yield is high 200-400 fruits/tree/season.

 

D 175

This is called “Udang Merah” meaning red prawn. It comes, from Penang and was registered on 4 Jun1990. the fruit is fairly large (1.5-3 kg) elongate-ellipsoid with brown green rind and small spines. The flesh is creamy sweet, thick, soft, fine and yellow.

 

D 176

This is called “Kuning Sentul” from Maran, Pahang and was registered on 4 Jun 1990 by Hj. Sani b. Mohd. Jali . The fruit is round, copper-green with a short stalk and easy to open. the flesh is sweet, soft, fibrous, slightly thick and creamy-yellow.

 

D 177

This was labelled “Juara 90 Penang” after it won the Durian competition on 4 Jun 1990 Penang by Lee Tek Hin . It comes from Balik Pulau, Penang and was registered in 1990. The fruit is elongate-ellipsoid, brown with short, sharp spines. The golden-yellow flesh is delicious, creamy, soft, fine, sweet and slightly bitter. One locule has 3-4 arils.

 

D 178

This was labelled “Penang 88”. It originated from Balik Pulau, Penang and was registered on 4 Jun 1990 by Teh Han Seng. The fruit is small, globose, green with a thick rind. The flesh is creamy sweet, golden-yellow with slight bitterness.

 

D 179

This entry was called “Penang 99” from Balik Pulau, Penang and was registered on 4 Jun 1990  by Teh Han Seng. the fruit weighs 1-1.5 kg, elongate with golden-yellow rind. The flesh is creamy sweet, fine and soft. One locule has 2-3 arils.

 

D 180

This entry is labelled “Penang Bintang” ie Penang Star. It originated from Balik Pulau and was registered on 3 Aug 1990  by Lee Tek Hin. It bears fairly large ellipsoid fruit (1.5-2.5 kg) with soft yellow rind and thick arils. The flesh is creamy sweet with some bitterness, fine textured.

 

D 181

This is called “Ghani Gilong” after its owner from Guar Chempedak, Kedah and was registered in 1990. The fruit resembles Chanee, with sweet, large, thick, orange arils.

 

D 182

This was nicknamed “Duri Panjang” because of the long spines which resemble a wild durian. The plant is found in Pusat Pengeluaran Tanaman, Serdang and was registered on 4 Sep 1990 (DOA). The fruit is round with long green spines. The large aril has yellow flesh which is sweet, creamy, delicious and slightly bitter.

 

D 183

This entry is called “Kop Besar” from Bukit Besar, Kota Sarang Semut, Kedah. It was registered on 9 Jul 1991 by Haji Ahmad. It bears large, round fruit 3-5 kg, with a thick, brown rind. The flesh is creamy, fine, thick and yellow. The seeds are shrunken.

 

D 184

This entry is called locally “Titi Kerawang” after its place of origin in Balik Pulau, Penang. It was registered on 8 Jun 1991 by Cheng Fatt Hin . The fruit is fairly large (1.7-2.5 kg), elongate to ellipsoid with a thick rind which can be open easily. The flesh is creamy, sweet, finetextured, and orange-yellow.

 

D 185

This is known as “Durian Pikat”, from Kg. Darat, Stesen Kijal, Trengganu and was registered in 5 Aug 1991 by  Alias b. Salleh. The fruit weighs 1-1.5 kg, round to ellipsoid with fairly thick, greyish-green rind and rough spines. The flesh is creamy sweet, fine-textured like D2.

 

D 186

This is referred to as “Nasi Kunyit Trengganu”. It comes from Kg. Darat, Stesen Kijal, Trengganu and was registered in 5 Aug 1991 by Hj. Abd. Razak b. Abu Bakar . The fruit is brown with slightly thick rind and rough spines. The flesh is bitter sweet , creamy, orange-yellow but sightly fibrous.

 

D 187

This is called “Sadam” from Segamat, Johore and was registered in 18 Aug 1991 by  Hj. Hassan b. Hj. Mohd Noah. The fruit weighs 1.4 kg and is heart-shaped with fine, sharp spines and a thin, green rind which opens easily. The flesh is moderately thick, firm, dry creamy, sweet and soft.

 

D 188 (MDUR 78)

A hybrid of D 10 (female) X D 24 (male). Registered  on 30 Aug 1991 by MURDI. A small but high yielding tree which is comparatively resistant to Phytophthora stem canker. It bears ellipsoid, yellowish light green, 1.5-1.8 kg fruit. The aril is thick with orange-yellow, fine textured, sweet, creamy and nutty flesh. The fruit has a shelf-life of 70 hr.

 

D 189 (MDUR 79)

A hybrid of the reciprocal cross of D 24 (female) X D 10 (male). Registered on 30 Aug 1991 by MURDI . A small tree which fruits regularly but produces average yields. It is resistant to Phytophthora stem canker. It bears oval, ellipsoidal dark green fruit that weighs 1 -1.6 kg. The aril is thick and large with orange yellow, fine textured, creamy, sweet and nutty flesh. The fruit is easily open and has a short storage life of 27 hr.

 

D 190 (MDUR 88)

This is also the reciprocal hybrid of D 24 (female) X D 10 (male). Registered on 1 July 1992 by MURDI. The tree is medium large, high yielding and a consistent bearer. At 7 yrs 2 fruiting season/year have been observed. It produces oval to ellipsoid, light green or yellowish green fruit with short peduncle, straight, sharp, pyramidal, quite closely spaced spines. Each fruit averages 1.5- 2 kg. The pulp is thick, golden-yellow, dry, sweet and nutty. There are on the average 3-4 arils/locule ie. with 15-20 arils per fruit. This variety has a long storage life of 78-86 hr.

 

D 191

This is called “Pk 110” from PKK Serdang and registered in 2 Jul 1992 (DOA). The fruit is ellipsoid, weighs 2 kg with greyish-green, 0.6 cm rind. The flesh is fine-textured, orange-yellow, creamy sweet, firm and mildly odorous. The seeds are moderate weighing 18.3 g/seed.

 

D 192

This is called “Pk 285” from PKK Serdang registered on 3 Aug 1992 (DOA). The fruit is globose to ellipsoid, 21 x 16 cm and weighs 2.4 kg. The green rind is 1 cm thick . The flesh is golden-yellow, fine-textured, firm, dry, mildly odorous, creamy and sweet. The aril is large aril and seed moderately large.

 

D 193

This entry is called “Jurung 3” from Slim Village, Perak registered on 7 Sep  1992 by  Yaakob b. Baru. It bears globose-ellipsoid fruit, 19 x 16 cm in dimension and weighing 1.72 kg. The fruit is yellow-green with a 0.6-0.8 cm thick rind and 1-3 fairly large arils/locule. The flesh is thick, yellow, fine-textured, soft and dry The seed is ellipsoid, 5.5 x 3 cm and weighs 70g/seed.

 

D194  Gabai. Registered on 14.06.1993 by  Lee Chong Kooh.

 

D195  Raja Hutan. Registered on 26.06.1993  by  Lee You Fong.

 

D196  Simpang Permata. Registered on 26.07.1993  by  Md. Nor b. Ibrahim.

D197  Raja Kunyit .  Registered on 09.12.1993 by Wee Chong Beng. Also known as "Mo Shan Wang". This fruit is the most sought after premium durian. Going for as high as S$20 to $30 per kg.

KK 11

This clone bears oval to obliquely ellipsoid to lychee shaped fruit. The fruit is yellowish -brown-green short stalked, with curved, broadly spaced spines and a thick ring, especially at the stylar end. The pulp is thick, creamy, and strong yellow in colour. There are 2-4 arils/locule and each fruit weighs 2-2.5kg.kg.

Note: Highlighted information in the above listing are extracted from the PENINSULAR MALAYSIA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE .

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