Paullinia

Paullinia is a genus of flowering shrubs, small trees and lianas in the soapberry family, Sapindaceae, native to tropical South America, Central America and the Caribbean. The genus is named after the German medical botanist Christian Franz Paullini, who discovered the genus in the Caribbean in the 18th century. ==Uses== Several uses are recorded....
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Paullinia

(from the article `Sapindales`) ...The largest genera are Serjania (about 230 species), which occurs from the southern United States to tropical South America and has a main centre ...
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Paullinia

Paullinia is a genus of evergreen tropical shrubs, mostly climbing plants, belonging to the family Sapindaceae. They bear axillary racemes of small flowers, followed by three-sided, somewhat pear-shaped fruits.
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