Citropsis daweana Swingle & M.Kellerm.
- Common Name: Mozambique cherry orange
- Family: Rutaceae Juss.
- Country of Origin: Bostwana, Caprivi - Namibia, Mozambique, Zambia, Zimbabwe
- Habitat: hot, dry woodlands
- Description: Shrub or small tree with arching branches. Younger branches armed with robust spines up to 2 cm long. Leaves imparipinnate with 2-4 pairs of opposite leaflets and a terminal leaflet; leaflets elliptic to ovate), and broadly tapering to each end; wider than oblanceolate.">obovate, covered in greyish hairs, translucent gland-dots present, strongly aromatic when crushed, margin scalloped; petiole and rhachis winged. Flowers in small branched sprays, axillary or on dwarf spur-branchlets, c. 10 mm in diameter, white or lemon-yellow. Fruit spherical, 1-1.5 cm in diameter, reddish-brown, dotted with oil glands. 3
- Accession # 201500182
- Source: Rob Nicholson - Smith College
- Smith# 3612 from cultivated material collected by Dr. G. R. Bates.
- Accession Date: 12-21-2015
- Bench: 1107 - AFR:West Bench NC
- Currently: active - healthy
- Qty: 1 confirmed on 02-17-2023
- Division: Magnoliophyta
- Class: Magnoliopsida
- SubClass: eurosid II
- Order: Sapindales
- Family: Rutaceae
- SubFamily: Aurantioideae
- Tribe: Citreae
- SubTribe: Citrinae
- The Plant List (2013). Version 1.1. Last accessed on Monday, December 21, 2015.
- Citropsis at Wikipedia. Last accessed on Monday, December 21, 2015.
- Citropsis daweana at Flora of Zimbabwe. Last accessed on Monday, December 21, 2015.
data regenerated on Mon, 06 Mar 2023 15:25:08 -0500 [bcm v4.0]