Aeurelia Citrus sp. Hybridní mandarina
'Aurelia' is one of the earliest varieties; it is a cross of Unshiu tangerine 'Miyagawa' and Ichang papeda. It is cultivated on the western coasts of Georgia and has fairly good frost tolerance. It's also significantly more vigorous than 'Miyagawa' and has much denser crown. It is probably as tasty as other Unshiu tangerines (resembles 'Kawano'). The fruit is slightly flattened or spherical and has thicker rind that goes however right off of the pulp. The fruit usually ripens in Georgia in the second half of September, which is important for later overwintering and ensuring the high yields in the next season.