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There are numerous cultivars of Jasminum sambac which differ from each other by the shape of leaves and the structure of the corolla. The cultivars recognized include: 'Maid of Orleans' - possesses flowers with a single layer of five or more oval shaped petals. It is the variety most commonly referred to as sampaguita and pikake. It is also known as 'Mograw', 'Motiya', or 'Bela'. 'Belle of India' - possesses flowers with a single or double layer of elongated petals. 'Grand Duke of Tuscany' - possesses flowers with a doubled petal count. They resemble small white roses and are less fragrant than the other varieties. It is also known as 'Rose jasmine' and 'Butt Mograw'. In the Philippines, it is known as kampupot. 'Mysore Mulli' - resembles the 'Belle of India' cultivar but has slightly shorter petals. 'Arabian Nights' - possesses a double layer of petals but is smaller in size than the 'Grand Duke of Tuscany' cultivar.