The Pink-fruited lime berry is native to Queensland and S. E. Asia.
They are evergreen shrubs from 2 to 4 m high.
The young twigs and leaf buds have dense rust-coloured hairs.
The alternate leaves typically have 3 leaflets but may have more.
Leaflets are elliptic and around 11 cm long by 4 cm wide.
Axillary inflorescences also have reddish hairs.
Flowers have 5 sepals that are under 1 mm long.
The 5 white petals, 4 to 5 mm long, may be smooth or have some hairs.
There are 5 short stamens opposite the petals and 5 longer ones opposite the sepals.
The filaments are broad.
The superior ovary has a short, thick style and a disc-like stigma.
Both remain on the fruit.
There are up to 5 locules each with 1 ovule.
The fruit are roughly globular berries around 1 cm across.
Initially green and rough like a lime they ripen to a smooth, translucent, pink or orange.