Jacquinia

[n] - sometimes placed in family Myrsinaceae
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Jacquinia

Jacquinia is a genus of West Indian and tropical American evergreen shrubs and trees belonging to the family Myrsinaceae. The leaves are crowded at the top of the branches, and are rigid and entire. The flowers have bell or salver-shaped corollas and are white or orange in colour.
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Jacquinia

Jacquinia is a genus of evergreen shrubs and trees in the family Theophrastaceae, native to Central America and the Caribbean. The genus was established by Linnaeus in 1760 and named by him in honor of Nikolaus Joseph von Jacquin. There are about 86 species. IPNI. ==External source== ...
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