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- Antigonon leptopus, commonly known as Mexican creeper, coral vine, Coralita, bee bush (in many Caribbean islands) or San Miguelito vine, is a species...
- Antigonon is a genus of flowering plants in the buckwheat family, Polygonaceae. It contains three species native to the Americas. They are vines producing...
- Australia. Antigonon leptopus, a perennial in the buckwheat family (Polygonaceae) native to Mexico. Plants called coral vine Kennedia coccinea Antigonon leptopus...
- Vanillin and isovanillin 2,3,4-trihydroxybenzaldehyde can be isolated from Antigonon leptopus. Friedrich Brühne and Elaine Wright "Benzaldehyde" in Ullmann's...
- Antigonon Aristocapsa Atraphaxis Brunnichia Calligonum Centrostegia Chorizanthe Coccoloba Dedeckera Dodecahema    Emex Eriogonum ****opyrum Fallopia Gilmania...
- known as wild grape or porcelain berry Anredera cordifolia Antigonon, the coral vine Antigonon leptopus, the confederate vine Berchemia scandens, the rattan...
- Lysiloma latisiliquum (Mimosaceae), Turnera ulmifolia (P****ifloraceae), Antigonon leptopus (Polygonaceae), Clerodendrum aculeatum (Verbenaceae), Tournefortia...
- on citrus species. Recorded hosts are Acacia farnesiana, Amaranthus, Antigonon leptopus, Bauhinia monandra, Calliandra haematomma, C****ia grandis, C****ia...
- feed on flower nectar of various flowers, including Ageratum conyzoides, Antigonon leptotus and Hibiscus species. The larvae feed on Poinciana pulcherrima...
- Antheri**** Anthocleista Anthotroche Anthriscus Anthurium Anthyllis Antidesma Antigonon Antirrhinum (snapdragon) Apera Aphelandra Aphyllanthes Apium Apocynum...
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