It is cultivated in India and in Egypt. The fruit is very juicy and practically with no pips. Its taste is not very appreciated because it is a bit too sour, with a sourness that often doesn’t even reach the 0,1%.
This species has saplings or small trees with thorny and irregular branches. The leaves, oval-elliptical with a pointed apex, are light green and have a petiole with no wings.
The flowers, white and fragrant, are single or in inflorescences. The fruit are round, middle-sized and with an umbo sometimes exposed. The peel is yellow and extremely smooth and thin. The pulp is juicy and sweetish. Compared to the other lime varieties it withstands better cold and low temperatures.