Wrightia

The genus was named for William Wright (1735-1819), Scottish physician and botanist, by Robert Brown. Wrightia antidysenterica has long been known in Indian Ayurvedic tradition, and is called `kuţaja` in Sanskrit. ...
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Wrightia

Wrightia is a genus of tropical shrubs and trees belonging to the family Apocynaceae. They usually have slender branches, and bear cymes of yellow, red, or white flowers, with salver-shaped corollas.
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