Other Name Combinations: Citrus sinensis (WFO, 2023).
Natural History: Globally known as 'Orange'. Sometimes, it is confused with Mosambi or Sweet Lime (Citrus limetta), but both are different. Mosambi is green in colour whereas Narangi is orange in colour.
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