Citrus maxima (Burm.f.) Merr.
Synonym                    : Aurantium maximum Burm.f.
Family                        : Rutaceae
Local Names              : Bablimoos, Kambilinaranga, Pomelo 
Flowering and fruiting period: April – November

Distribution: Native of South East Asia
Habitat: Cultivated
IUCN status: Data Deficient
Endemic: Yes
Uses: Fruits edible. The aromatic flowers are used to make perfume. Fruit is a rich source of Citric acid.  
Key Characters: Trees to 10 m high, young parts grey-pubescent; bark greyish-brown. Leaves unifoliolate, alternate, estipulate; petiole winged; lamina  ovate or elliptic, margin  subentire or crenate. Flowers bisexual, creamy, solitary or in axillary clusters; calyx irregularly lobed; petals 5, oblong-obovae, glandular; stamens up to 30; ovary superior, 10-14-celled; style cylindric; stigma capitate, glandular-sticky. Fruit a hesperidium, oblate to pyriform, greenish or yellow; seeds large, wrinkled.