Accepted Name: Citrus × aurantium L. (WFO, 2023).
Natural History: It is commonly known and sold as 'Orange' in India, globally known as 'Mandarin Orange'. It differs from the Sweet Orange or Orange (Citrus aurantium) due to its easily peeled skin.
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