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    Hi, I'm looking for the Spanish translation of this variety of orange. I only have "naranja de ombligo", but I'm not sure if this is the most frequently used term by the Spanish-speaking population in the US. Does anybody know?

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    Searching in Mexican sites I found there is a variety of oranges called navel.
    There is another variety called navelina but I think is a more special type.

    Hope it helps!

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    Naranja de ombligo es el término correcto. También es correcto decir naranja navel ya que navel es el nombre del grupo a que ésta pertenece.

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