Here are photos of fully ripe Beauty King. As you can see, even though these fruits are all from a same plant, they ripen to different degrees of pink and yellow exterior. Inside, the flesh is yellow with red bi-color, but, again, they show different degrees and patterns of bi-color expression.
ETA (Edited to Add) -- I have been told that these do not exhibit the NECESSARY striping on the skin that marks true Beauty King. So something happened to my stock and they lost the fruit stripe gene. I'm going to re-label them as Beauty King NOT, indicating the loss of stripes and not being true to type. I will probably still save seeds but not as Beauty King.
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