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Non-scientific name:

limeira

1 Accepted name(s) for "limeira":

1 Medicinal source(s) include this non-scientific name:

Medicinal sources: Scientific names as used in medicinal source: MPNS matched scientific names: Accepted name: Trade forms: Plant parts:
GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999) Citrus aurantiifolia (Christm.) Swingle Citrus × aurantiifolia (Christm.) Swingle Citrus × aurantiifolia (Christm.) Swingle

22 Non-scientific name(s) associated with "limeira":

Non-scientific names: Class of name: Medicinal sources:
citron vert Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
citronnier gallet Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
doc Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
egyptian lime Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
indian lime Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
kagzi nimboo Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
kagzi nimbu Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
key lime Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
lai meng Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
lima Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
lima mejicana Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
lima-ácida Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
lime Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
lime acid Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
limero Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
limett Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
limette Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
limão Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
limão-galego Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
limão-tahiti Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
limón agrio Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
limón ceutí Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)