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Lansium domesticum

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Lansium domesticum
Lanzones in the Philippines
Scientific classification Edit this classification
Kingdom: Plantae
Clade: Tracheophytes
Clade: Angiosperms
Clade: Eudicots
Clade: Rosids
Order: Sapindales
Family: Meliaceae
Genus: Lansium
L. domesticum
Binomial name
Lansium domesticum
    • Aglaia aquea (Jacq.) Kosterm.
    • Aglaia domestica (Corrêa) Pellegr.
    • Aglaia dookoo Griff.
    • Aglaia intricatoreticulata Kosterm.
    • Aglaia merrillii Elmer nom. inval.
    • Aglaia sepalina (Kosterm.) Kosterm.
    • Aglaia steenisii Kosterm.
    • Amoora racemosa Ridl.
    • Lachanodendron domesticum (Corrêa) Nees
    • Lansium aqueum (Jack) Miq.
    • Lansium javanicum M.Roem.
    • Lansium sepalinum Kosterm.

Lansium domesticum, commonly known as langsat or lanzones,[2] is a species of tree in the family Meliaceae with commercially cultivated edible fruits. The species is native to Southeast Asia. It is of the family, Meliaceae, and of the Kingdom Plantae.[1]


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  1. 1.0 1.1 "Lansium domesticum Corrêa". Plants of the World Online. Royal Botanic Gardens Kew. Retrieved 25 April 2024.
  2. Bureau of Product Standards (2007). "Fresh fruits – Lanzones – Grading and classification" (PDF). Philippine National Standard (PNS/BAFPS 54). Department of Trade and Industry, Republic of the Philippines.