This page was previously entitled 'Citrus garrawayae'. However, I am assured by staff of the Queensland Herbarium in Brisbane, that the species was named after a Mr R. W. Garraway, rather than his wife, as was believed at one time. This changes the name from the feminine Latin ending 'ae' to the masculine form 'i'.
Leaves and fruit of the plant growing in Kershaw Gardens, Rockhampton, Queensland, Australia.
The photo was taken by SGAP member Colin Lindsay.
page updated 9th December 2004
Links checked 11th February 2016
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formerly Microcitrus garrawayi