Trichanthera

Trichanthera is a monotypic genus of flowering plants in the acanthus family containing the single species Trichanthera gigantea, which is known by many common names, including madre de agua, suiban, cenicero, tuno, naranjillo, and palo de agua. It is native to Central America and northern South America. It has also been introduced to other tropical regions such as Vietnam, Cambodia, and the Philippines.


Trichanthera is a monotypic genus of flowering plants in the acanthus family containing the single species Trichanthera gigantea, which is known by many common names, including madre de agua, suiban, cenicero, tuno, naranjillo, and palo de agua. It is native to Central America and northern South America. It has also been introduced to other tropical regions such as Vietnam, Cambodia, and the Philippines.
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Trichanthera

Trichanthera Kunth,1818, segundo o Sistema APG II, é um gênero botânico da família Acanthaceae, encontrado na América


Trichanthera Kunth,1818, segundo o Sistema APG II, é um gênero botânico da família Acanthaceae, encontrado na América
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