Guide to codex recommendations concerning pesticide residues



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CLASSES, TYPES AND GROUPS OF FOOD AND ANIMAL FEEDSTUFFS




CLASS A PRIMARY FOOD COMMODITIES OF PLANT ORIGIN

TYPE 1 FRUITS

Fruits are derived from many different kinds of perennial plants, trees and shrubs, usually cultivated.

They consist mostly of the ripe, often sweet, succulent or pulpy developed plant ovary and its accessory parts, commonly and traditionally known as fruit. Exposure to pesticides is dependent on the particular part of the fruit used for food. Fruits may be consumed whole, after removal of the peel, or in part, and in the form of fresh, dried or processed products.

Citrus fruits (except kumquats)

Class A


Type 1 Fruits Group 001 Group Letter Code FC
Kumquats: see Group 005 Assorted tropical and sub-tropical fruits - edible peel
Citrus fruits are produced on trees or shrubs of the family Rutaceae. These fruits are characterized by aromatic oily peel, globular form and interior segments of juice-filled vesicles. The fruit is fully exposed to pesticides during the growing season. Post-harvest treatments with pesticides and liquid waxes are often carried out to avoid deterioration during transport and distribution due to fungal diseases, insect pests or loss of moisture. The fruit pulp may be consumed in succulent form and as a juice. The entire fruit may be used for preserves.

Portion of the commodity to which the MRL applies (and which is analysed): Whole commodity.



Group 001 Citrus fruits



Code Number Commodity
FC 0001 Citrus fruits
FC 0002 Lemons and Limes (including Citron)

- Citrus limon Burm.f.:

- C. aurantifolia Swingle:

- C. medica L.:

Hybrids and related species similar to lemons and limes including Citrus jambhiri Lush.:

C. limetta Rosso: C. limettoides Tan.: C. limonia Osbeck.

Synonyms: see specific fruit species
FC 0003 Mandarins (including Mandarin-like hybrids)

- Citrus reticulata Blanco:

Hybrids and related species including C. nobilis Lour.:

C. deliciosa Ten.: C. tangarina Hort.: C. mitis Blanco

syn: C. madurensis Lour.:

C. unshiu Markovitch:

synonyms: see specific fruit species Mandarin
FC 0004 Oranges, Sweet, Sour (including Orange-like hybrids):

several cultivars

- C. sinensis Osbeck:

- C. aurantium L.:

Hybrids and related species:

Citrus myrtifolia Raf.: C. salicifolia Raf.:

synonyms: see specific fruit species
FC0005 Shaddocks or Pomelos (including Shaddock-like hybrids, among others Grapefruit)

- C. Grandis (L.) Osbeck:

- C. paradisi Macf.:

Hybrids and related species, similar to Shaddocks.

Including C. natsudaidai Hayata: Tangelos, large sized (= hybrid, Grapefruit x Mandarin): Tangelolos: (hybrid, Grapefruit x Tangelo):

synonyms: see specific fruit species


FC - Bigarade, see Orange, Sour
FC - Blood orange, see Orange, Sweet

Cultivar of Citrus sinensis Osbeck


FC 0201 Calamondin, see also Subgroup 0003 Mandarins

Citrus mitis Blanco:

syn: C. madurensis Lour. (hybrid of C. reticulata Blanco.

var. austera Swing x Fortunella sp.


FC - Chinotto, see Orange, Sour

Citrus aurantium L., var. myrtifolia Ker-Gawler:

syn: C. myrtifolia Raf.
FC - Chironja, see Subgroup Oranges, Sweet, Sour (including Orange-like hybrids)

= hybrid, Orange, Sweet x Mandarin


FC 0202 Citron, see also Subgroup 0002 Lemons and Limes

Citrus medica L.:

syn: C cedra Link: C. cedratus Raf.:

C medica genuina Engl.: C medica proper Bonavia


FC - Clementine, see Mandarin

Citrus clementina Hort. Ex Tanaka: cultivar of C. reticulata Blanco (possibly natural hybrid of Manderin x Orange, Sweet


FC - Cleopatra mandarin, see Subgroup 0003 Mandarins

  1. reshni Hort. Ex Tan.

FC - Dancy or Dancy mandarin, see Subgroup 0003 Mandarins



  1. tangerina Hort.

FC 0203 Grapefruit, see also Subgroup 0005 Shaddocks or Pomelos

Hybrid of Shaddock x Orange, Sweet

Citrus paradisi Macf.:

syn: C. maxima uvacarpa Merr. & Lee.
FC - King mandarin, see Subgroup 0003 Mandarin

C nobilis Lour. (= hybrid of Mandarin x Orange, Sweet)


FC 0204 Lemon, see also Subgroup 0002 Lemons and Limes

Citrus limon Burm. f.:

syn: C medica limon L.: C. limonum Risso: C. medica limonum Hook. F.
FC 0205 Lime, see also Subgroup 0002 Lemons and Limes

Citrus aurantifolia Swingle:

syn: Limonia aurantifolia Christm.: L. acidissima Houtt. Citrus lima Lunan.: C. acida Roxb.: C. limonellus Hassk.
FC - Malta orange, see Blood Orange
FC 0206 Mandarin, see also Subgroup 0003 Mandarins

Citrus reticulata Blanco:

syn: C. nobilis Andrews (non Lour.): C. poonensis Hort. Ex Tanaka: C. chrysocarpa Lush.
FC - Mediterranean mandarin, see Subgroup 0003 Mandarins

Citrus deliciosa Ten (= hybrid of Mandarin x Orange, Sweet)


FC - Myrtle-leaf orange, see Chinotto
FC - Natsudaidai, see Subgroup 0005 Shaddocks or Pomelos

C. natsudaidai Hayata (possibly natural hybrid of Mandarin x Shaddock)


FC - Orange, Bitter, see Orange, Sour
FC 0207 Orange, Sour, see also Subgroup 0004 Oranges, Sweet, Sour

Citrus aurantium L.:

syn: C. vulgaris Risso: C. bigarradia Loisel.

C. communis Le Maout & Dec.


FC 0208 Orange, Sweet, see also Subgroup 0004 Oranges, Sweet, Sour

Citrus sinensis Osbeck:

syn: C. aurantium sinensis L.: C. dulcis Pers.: C aurantium vulgare Risso & Poit.: C. aurantium dulce Hayne
FC - Pomelo, see Shaddocks or Pomelos
FC - Satsuma or Satsuma mandarin, see Subgroup 0003 Mandarins

Citrus unshiu Markovitch.


FC - Seville Orange, see Orange, Sour
FC 0209 Shaddock, see also Subgroup 0005 Shaddocks or Pomelos

Citrus grandis Osbeck:

syn. C aurantium decumana L.: C. maxima (Burm.) Merr.: C. decumana Murr.
FC - Tangarine, see Subgroup 0003 Mandarins

Citrus tangarina Hort. Ex Tan.


FC - Tangelo, large-sized cultivars, see Subgroup 0005 Shaddocks or Pomelos
FC - Tangelo, small and medium sized cultivars, see Subgroup 0003 Mandarins

Hybrids of Mandarin x Grapefruit or Mandarin x Shaddock


FC - Tangelolo, see Subgroup 0005 Shaddocks or Pomelos

Hybrids of Grapefruit x Tangelo


FC - Tangors, see Subgroup 0003 Mandarins

Citrus nobilis Lour. (= Hybrid of Mandarin x Orange, sweet)


FC - Tankan mandarin, see Subgroup 0003 Mandarins

Citrus tankan Hyata (= probably hybrid of Mandarin x Orange, Sweet)


FC - Ugli, see Subgroup 0005 Shaddocks or Pomelos

Cultivar of Tangelo, large sized fruit cultivar, see there


FC - Willowleaf mandarin, see Mediterranean Mandarin and Subgroup 0003 Mandarins

Citrus deliciosa Ten. (= hybrid of Mandarin and Orange, sweet)


FC 0210 - FC 0225 (inclusive) Reserved
Pome fruits

Class A


Type 1 Fruits Group 002 Group Letter Code FP
Pome fruits are produced on trees and shrubs belonging to certain genera of the rose family (Rosaceae), especially the genera Malus and Pyrus. They are characterized by fleshy tissue surrounding a core consisting of parchment-like carpels enclosing the seeds.

Pome fruits are fully exposed to pesticides applied during the growing season. Post-harvest treatments directly after harvest may also occur. The entire fruit, except the core, may be consumed in the succulent form or after processing.

Portion of the commodity to which the MRL applies (and which is analysed): Whole commodity after removal of stems.

Group 002 Pome fruits



Code Number Commodity
FP 0009 Pome fruits
FP 0226 Apple

Malus domesticus Borkhausen


FP 0227 Crab-apple

Malus spp.: among other Malus baccata (L.) Borkh.: M. prunifolia (Willd.) Borkh.


FP - Japanese medlar, see Loquat
FP 0228 Loquat

Eriobotrya japonica (Thunberg ex J.A. Murray) Lindley


FP 0229 Medlar

Mespilus germanica L.


FP - Nashi pear, see Pear, oriental
FP 0230 Pear

Py.us communis L.: P. pyrifolia (Burm.) Nakai: P. bretschneideri Rhd.: P. sinensis L.


FP - Pear, Oriental, see Pear

Pyrus pyrifolia (Burm.) Nakai


FP 0231 Quince

Cydonia oblonga P. Miller:

syn: Cydonia vulgaris Persoon
FP - Sand pear, see Pear, Oriental
FP 0232 - FP 0239 (inclusive) Reserved

Stone fruits

Class A


Type 1 Fruits Group 003 Group Letter Code FS
Stone fruits are produced on trees belonging to the genus Prunus of the rose family (Rosaceae). They are characterized by fleshy tissue surrounding a single hard shelled seed. The fruit is fully exposed to pesticides applied during the growing season (from fruit setting until harvest). Dipping of fruit immediately after harvest, especially with fungicides, may also occur. The entire fruit, except the seed, may be consumed in a succulent or processed form.

Portion of the commodity to which the MRL applies (and which is analysed): Whole commodity after removal of stems and stones, but the residue calculated and expressed on the whole commodity without stem.



Group 003 Stone fruits



Code Number Commodity
FS 0012 Stone fruits

Prunus spp.


FS 0013 Cherries

Prunus cerasus L.: P. avium L.


FS 0014 Plums (including Prunes)

Prunus domestica L.: other Prunus spp and ssp.


FS 0240 Apricot

Prunus armeniaca L.:

syn: Armeniaca vulgaris Lamarck
FS 0241 Bullace

Prunus insititia L.:

syn: Prunus domestica L., ssp. insititia (L.) Schneider
FS 0242 Cherry plum

Prunus cerasifera Ehrhart, syn: P. divaricata Ledeboer P. salicina Lindl., var. Burbank


FS - Chickasaw plum, see Plum, Chickasaw
FS 0243 Cherry, Sour

Prunus cerasus L.


FS 0244 Cherry, Sweet

Prunus avium L.


FS - Damsons (Damson plums), see Plum, Damson
FS - Greengages (Greengage plums), see Plum, Greengage
FS 0245 Nectarine

Prunus persica (L.) Batch, var. nectarina


FS - Mirabelle, see Plum, Mirabelle
FS 0246 Morello

Prunus cerasus L., var. austera L.


FS - Myrobolan plum, see Cherry plum
FS 0247 Peach

Prunus persica (L.) Batsch:

syn: P. vulgaris Mill.
FS - Plum, American, see Sloe
FS 0248 Plum, Chickasaw

Prunus angustifolia Marsh.:

syn: P. Chicasaw Mich.
FS - Plum, Damsom, see Bullace
FS - Plum, Greengage, see Plums

Prunus insititia L., var. italica (Borkh.) L.M Neum.


FS - Plum, Japanese, see Plums

Prunus salicina Lindley:

syn: P. triflora Roxb.
FS - Plum, Mirabelle, see Bullace

Prunus insititia L., var. syriaca:

syn: P. domestica L., ssp insititia (L.) Schneider
FS - Prunes, see Plums
FS 0249 Sloe

Prunus spinosa L.: several wild Prunus spp.


FS 0250 - FS 0259 (inclusive) Reserved

Berries and other small fruits

Class A


Type 1 Fruits Group 004 Group Letter Code FB
Berries and other small fruits are derived from a variety of perennial plants and shrubs having fruit characterized by a high surface : weight ratio. The fruits are fully exposed to pesticides applied during the growing season (blossoming until harvest).

The entire fruit, often including seed, may be consumed in a succulent or processed form.

Portion of commodity to which the MRL applies (and which is analysed): Whole commodity after removal of caps and stems.

Currants, Black, Red, White: fruit with stem.



Group 004 Berries and other small fruits



Code Number Commodity
FB 0018 Berries and other small fruits
FB 0019 Vaccinium berries, including Bearberry

Vaccinium spp.: Arctostaphylos uva-ursi (L.) Spreng.


FB 0020 Blueberries

Vaccinium corymbosum L.: Vaccinium angustifolium Ait.:

Vaccinium ashei Reade: Gaylussacia spp.
FB 0260 Bearberry

Arctostaphylos uva-ursi (L.) Spreng.


FB 0261 Bilberry

Vaccinium myrtillus L.


FB 0262 Bilberry, Bog

Vaccinium uliginosum L.


FB 0263 Bilberry, Red

Vaccinium vitis-idaea L.


FB 0264 Blackberries

Rubus fruticosus L., several ssp.


FB - Blueberry, Highbush, see Blueberries

Vaccinium corymbosum L.


FB - Blueberry, Lowbush, see Blueberries

Vaccinium angustifolium Ait.


FB - Blueberry, Rabbiteye, see Blueberries

Vaccinium ashei Reade


FB - Boysenberry, see Dewberries

Hybrid of Rubus spp.


FB 0277 Cloudberry

Rubus chamaemorus L.


FB - Cowberry, see Bilberry, Red
FB 0265 Cranberry

Vaccinium macrocarpon Ait.

syn: Oxycoccus macrocarpus (Aiton) Pursh
FB 0021 Currants, Black, Red, White

Ribes nigrum L.: R rubrum L.


FB 0278 Currant, Black, see also Currants, Black, Red, White

Ribes nigrum L.


FB 0279 Currant, Red, White, see also Currants, Black, Red, White

Ribes rubrum L.


FB 0266 Dewberries (including Boysenberry and Loganberry)

Rubus ceasius L.: several Rubus ssp. and hybrids


FB 0267 Elderberries

Sambucus spp.


FB 0268 Gooseberry

Ribes uva-crispa L.

syn: Ribes grossularia L.
FB 02691 Grapes

Vitis vinifera L., several cultivars


FB - Huckleberries

1. Blueberries, see above

2. Gaylussacia spp., see Blueberries
FB 0270 Juneberries

Amelanchier ovalis Med.: A. Canadense Med.


FB - Loganberry, see Dewberries

Rubus loganobaccus, hybrid of Rubus spp.


FB 0271 Mulberries

Morus alba L.: Morus nigra L.: Morus rubra L.


FB - Olallie berry, see Dewberries
FB 0272 Raspberries, Red, Black

Rubus idaeus L.: Rubus occidentalis L.


FB 0273 Rose hips

Rosa L., several spp.


FB - Service berries

1. see Juneberries

FB 0274 2. Sorbus torminalis (L.) Crantz:

Sorbus domestica L.


FB 0275 Strawberry

Fragaria x ananassa Duchene:

syn: F. grandiflora Ehrh.
FB 0276 Strawberries, Wild

Fragaria vesca L.: Fragaria moschata Duchene


FB - Strawberry, Musky, see Strawberries, Wild

Fragaria moschata Duchene


FB 1235 Table-grapes

Special cultivars of Vitis vinifera L., suitable for direct human consumption


FB - Whortleberry, Red, see Bilberry, Red
FB - Youngberry, see Dewberries
FB 1236 Wine-grapes

Special cultivars of Vitis vinifera L., suitable for preparing juice and fermenting into wine


FB 0280 - FB 0284 (inclusive) Reserved

Assorted tropical and sub-tropical fruits - edible peel

Class A


Type 1 Fruits Group 005 Group Letter Code FT
The assorted Tropical and sub-tropical fruits - edible peel are derived from the immature or mature fruits of a large variety of perennial plants, usually shrubs or trees. the fruits are fully exposed to pesticides during the growing seas (period of fruit development).

The whole fruit may be consumed in a succulent or processed form.

Portion of the commodity to which the MRL applies (and which is analysed): Whole commodity. Dates and Olives: Whole commodity after removal of stems and stones but residue calculated and expressed on the whole fruit.

Group 005 Assorted tropical and sub-tropical fruits - edible peel



Code Number Commodity
FT 0026 Assorted tropical and sub-tropical fruits - edible peel
FT - Acerola, see Barbados cherry
FT 0285 Ambarella

Spondias cytherea Sonn.:

syn: S. dulcis Forst
FT - Aonla, see Otaheite gooseberry
FT 0286 Arbutus berry

Arbutus unedo L.


FT 0287 Barbados cherry

Malpighia glabra L.


FT 0288 Bilimbi

Averrhao bilimbi L.


FT - Brazilian cherry, see Grumichana
FT 0289 Carambola

Averrhoa carambola L.


FT 0290 Caranda

Carissa carandas L.


FT 0291 Carob

Ceratonia siliqua L.


FT 0292 Cashew apple

Anacardium occidentale L.


FT 0293 Chinese olive, Black, White

Canarium pimela Koenig: syn: C nigrum Engl.:

Canarium album (Lour.) Taeusch.
FT 0294 Coco plum

Chyrsobalanus icaco L.


FT 0295 Date

Phoenix dactylifera L.


FT 0296 Desert date

Balanites aegiptica Del.


FT 0297 Fig

Ficus carica L.


FT 0298 Grumichama

Eugenia dombeyana DC.


FT 0299 Hog plum

Spondias mombin L.:

syn: S. lutea L.
FT - Icaco plum, see Coco plum
FT 0300 Jaboticaba

Myrciaria cauliflora Berg.:

syn: Eugenia cauliflora (Berg.) DC.
FT - Java almond, see Group 024: Tree nuts
FT 0301 Jujube, Indian

Zizyphus mauritania Lam.:

syn: Z. jujuba (L.) Lam. non Mill.
FT 0302 Jujube, Chinese

Zizyphus jujuba Mill.


FT - Kaki or Kaki fruit, see Persimmon, Japanese
FT 0303 Kumquats

Fortunella japonica (Thunberg) Swingle:

F. margarita (Loureiro) Swingle
FT - Kumquat, Marumi, see Kumquats

Fortunella japonica (Thunberg) Swingle


FT - Kumquat, Nagami, see Kumquats

Fortunella margarita (Loureiro) Swingle


FT - Locust tree, see Carob
FT 0304 Natal plum

Carissa grandiflora A.DC.


FT 0305 Olives

Olea europaea L., var. europaea


FT 0306 Otaheite gooseberry

Phyllantus distichus (L.) Muell.-Arg.

syn: Ph. acidus (L.) Skeels
FT - Persimmon Chinese, see Persimmon, Japanese
FT 0307 Persimmon, Japanese

Diospyros Kaki L.f.:

syn: D. chinensis Blume

some cultivars have an inedible peel


FT - Pitanga, see Surinam Cherry
FT - Pomarrosa, see Rose apples
FT - Pomarrosa, Malay, see Pomerac
FT 0308 Pomerac

Syzygium Malaccensis (L.) Merr. et Perry:

syn: Eugenia malaccensis L.
FT 0309 Rose apple

Syzigium jambos (L.) Alston:

syn: Eugenia jambos L.
FT 0310 Sea grape

Coccoloba uvifera Jacq.


FT - St. John’s bread, see Carob
FT 0311 Surinam cherry

Eugenia uniflora L.


FT - Tamarillo, see Tree tomato
FT - Tree strawberry, see Arbutus berry
FT 0312 Tree tomato

Cyphomandra betacea (Cav.) Sendt


FT 0313 - FT 0324 (inclusive) Reserved

Assorted tropical and sub-tropical fruits - inedible peel

Class A


Type 1 Fruits Group 006 Group Letter Code FI
The assorted tropical and sub-tropical fruits - inedible peel are derived from the immature or mature fruits of a large variety of perennial plants, usually shrubs or trees. Fruits are fully exposed to pesticides applied during the growing seas (period of fruit development) but the edible portion is protected by skin, peel or husk. The edible part of the fruits may be consumed in a fresh or processed form.

Portion of the commodity to which the MRL applies (and which is analysed): Whole fruit unless qualified: e.g., banana pulp. Pineapple after removal of crown. Avocado, mangos and similar fruit with hard seeds: Whole commodity after removal of stone but calculated on whole fruit.



Group 006 Assorted tropical and sub-tropical fruits - inedible peel



Code Number Commodity
FI 0030 Assorted tropical and sub-tropical fruits - inedible peel
FI - Achiote, see Annatto
FI 0325 Akee apple

Blighia sapida Koenig


FI 0326 Avocado

Persea americana Mill.


FI 0327 Banana

Subsp. and cultivars of Musa ssp. and hybrids


FI 0328 Banana, Dwarf

Musa hybrids, AAA group:

syn: M. cavendishii Lambert: M. nana Lour.
FI 0329 Breadfruit

Artocarpus communis J.R. et G. Forster:

syn: Artocarpus altilis (Parkinson) Fosberg
FI 0330 Canistel

Pouteria campechiana (HBK.) Baenhi: this species includes former Lacuma nervosa A.DC. and L. salicifolia HBK.


FB 0331 Cherimoya

Annona cherimola Mill.


FI - Chinese gooseberry, see Kiwifruit
FI - Chinese persimmon, see subgroup 005 Persimmon, Japanese
FI 0332 Custard apple

Annona reticulata L.


FI 0333 Doum or Dum palm

Hyphaene thebaica (L.) Mart.


FI 0334 Durian

Durio zibethinus Murr.


FI - Egg fruit, see Canistel
FI 0371 Elephant apple

Feronia limonia (L.) Swing:

syn: Feronia elephantum: Limonia acidissima
FI 0335 Feijoa

Feijoa sellowiana (O. Berg) O. Berg:

syn: Acca sellowiana (O. Berg) Burret
FI - Genip, see Marmaladebox
FI - Granddilla, see Passion fruit
FI - Guanabana, see Soursop
FI 0336 Guava

Psidium guajava L.


FI 0337 Ilama

Annona diversifolia Saff.


FI - Indian fig, see Prickly pear
FI - Indian wood apple, see Elephant apple
FI 0338 Jackfruit

Artocarpus heterophyllus Lam.:

syn: A. integra (Thunb.) Merr.: A integrifolia L. f.
FI 0339 Jambolan

Zyzigium cumini (L.) Skeels:

syn: Eugenia cuminii (L.) Druce:

Eugenia obtusifolia Roxb.


FI 0340 Java apple

Eugenia javanica Lam:

syn Syzigium samarangense (Bl.) Merr. & Perry
FI 0341 Kiwifruit

Actinidia deliciosa (A. Chev.) Liang et Ferguson:

syn: A. chinensis Planck
FI 0342 Longan

Nephelium longana (Lam.) Camb.:

syn: Euphoria longana Lam.
FI 0343 Litchi

Litchi chinensis Sonn.:

syn: Nephelium litchi Camb.
FI - Lulo, see Naranjilla
FI - Malay apple, see Pomarac
FI 0344 Mammey apple

Mammea americana L.


FI 0345 Mango

Mangifera indica L.


FI 0346 Mangostan

Garcinia mangostana L.


FI - Mangosteen, see Mangostan
FI 0347 Marmaladebox

Genipa americana L.


FI 0348 Mombin, Yellow

Spondias lutea L.:

syn: S. mombin L.
FI 0349 Naranjilla

Solanum quitoense Lam.


FI - Papaw or Pawpaw, see Papaya
FI 0350 Papaya

Carica papaya L.


FI 0351 Passion fruit

Cultivars of Passiflora edulis Sims


FI 0352 Persimmon, American

Diospyros virginiana L.


FI - Persimmon, Japanese, see Group 005
FI 0353 Pineapple

Ananas comosus (L.) Merril:

syn: A sativus (L.) Lindl.
FI - Pineapple guava, see Feijoa
FI 0354 Plantain

Musa x paradisiaca L., var. sapientum (L.) Kuntze


FI 0355 Pomegranate

Punica granatum L.


FI 0356 Prickly pear

Opuntia ficus-indica (L.) P. Miller


FI 0357 Pulasan

Nephelium mutabile Bl.


FI - Quito orange, see Naranjilla
FI 0358 Rambutan

Nephelium lappaceum L.


FI 0359 Sapodilla

Manilkara achras (Mill.) Fosberg:

syn: Achras zapota L.
FI 0360 Sapote, Black

Diospyros ebenaster Retz.


FI 0361 Sapote, Green

Calocarpum viride Pitt.


FI 0362 Sapote, Mammey

Calocarpum sapota (Jacq.) Merr.


FI 0363 Sapote, White

Casimiroa edulis Llave & Lex


FI 0364 Sentul

Sandoricum koetjape Merr.:

syn: S. indicum Car.
FI - Sesso vegetal, see Akee apple
FI 0365 Soursop

Annona muricata L.


FI 0366 Spanish lime

Melicoccus bijugatus Jacq.:

syn: Melicocca bijuga L.
FI 0367 Star apple

Chrysophyllum cainito L.


FI - Strawberry peach, see Kiwifruit
FI 0368 Sugar apple

Annona squamosa L.


FI - Sweetsop, see Sugar apple
FI 0369 Tamarind

Tamarindus indica L.


FI 0370 Tonka bean

Dipteryx odorata (Aubl.) Willd.: D. oppositifolia (Aubl.) Willd.


FI 0372 - FI 0379 (inclusive) Reserved
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