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|62. Citrus australis 63. Citrus australasiaca 64. Citrus inodora 65. Citrus garrawayi|
Citrus garrawayi is a shrub or small tree up to 15 m, with broad lanceolate leaves. Fruits are elongated, yellowish-green with green pulp. The fruits are edible but the species is rare and grows in an isolated location, so there has to date been no commercial use of the species.
The species is often included in the genus Microcitrus rather than in the genus Citrus.
- "Citrus garrawayi F.M.Bailey — The Plant List". theplantlist.org.
- Frederick Manson Bailey. 1900. Queensland Agricultural Journal 15:491, Citrus garrawayi
- Citrus pages, Native Australian Citrus, Citrus garrawayae
- Jorma Koskinen and Sylvain Jousse. "Citrus Pages / Native Australian varieties". free.fr.
"Citrus garrawayi F.M.Bailey". Atlas of Living Australia.
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