Attempting to identify a lime species
We recently purchased our first home and with it came many trees. The lime tree is about 25 feet tall, because it has been growing taller to get to more light. The branches have many large thorns. The limes are a little bit larger than a golf ball, they are smooth until they mature, when they get slightly wrinkled looking, but nothing like a kaffir. The skin is thinner than a persian lime, but a little bit thicker than the key lime. They are bright green at first, then turn darker and finally turn yellow. When the limes are immature the flesh is pale green, but when the lime is ripe the juice becomes bright yellow, almost neon orange. The lime tree is in close proximity to a lemon tree. Has anyone ever seen anything like this before?