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logan

What's a Mandarin Chinese name for the Mandarin/ミカン/瓯柑 orange fruit which has the reading "logān" (unsure of the tone on lo)? I heard this term used quite some time ago and I've been wondering what the corresponding hanzi are ever since. Google is no help. Thank you.
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