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Latin NameCommon NameFamilySynonymsEdibility RatingMedicinal Rating
Aegle marmelosBael Tree, Golden Apple, Bengal QuinceRutaceaeCrataeva marmelos L. Feronia pellucida Roth33
Afraegle paniculataNigerian Powder-Flask Fruit. African afraegleRutaceaeAegle barteri Hook.f. ex Oliv. Balsamocitrus paniculata (Schumach. & Thonn.) Swingle Citrus paniculata Schumach. & Thonn. Limonia warneckei Engl.23
Boenninghausenia albiflora RutaceaeRuta alba02
Boronia pinnataPinnate BoroniaRutaceae 00
Casimiroa edulisWhite Sapote, Mexican AppleRutaceaeFagara bobacifolia (A.Rich.) Krug. & Urb. Zanthoxylum araliaceum Turcz. Zanthoxylum bombacifolium A.53
Cedrelopsis greveiKatrafay, KathrafayRutaceaeKatafa crassisepalum Costantin & Poiss.24
Chloroxylon swieteniaEast Indian SatinwoodRutaceaeChloroxylon chloroxylon (Roxb.) Huth [Invalid]. Swietenia chloroxylon Roxb.03
Choisya ternataMexican Orange FlowerRutaceae 00
Citrofortunella floridanaLimequatRutaceae 20
Citrofortunella microcarpaCalamondin OrangeRutaceaeC. mitis. (Blanco.)J.Ingram.&H.E.Moore.30
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