NOM. VULG.—Suha, Lukban, Tag.; Toronjas Penins.; Naranjas, Sp.-Fil.
USES.—The fruit, which is handsome and large, and the leaves and flowers, are used for the same purposes as those of C. bigaradia.
HABITAT.—The above species are cultivated in all parts of the islands, and, like the variety C. aurantium verum, H. f. (C. reticulata, Blanco), commonly called naranjita, are among the most abundant of native fruits.
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