This seedless variety is a citrus fruit sold simply as a lime. Usually sold quite green, although it changes to yellow as it reaches full ripeness. Tahitian Limes are used for the same cullinary purposes as the West India Lime.
Tahitian Limes can be picked all year round with January being the main time. The Tahitian Lime is picked when the fruit is oval, abovate and usually rounded at the base and wide at 5 - 7.5 cm.
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