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== ''Babiana plicata'' Ker-Gawl. ==
 
== ''Babiana plicata'' Ker-Gawl. ==
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South Africa. The root is sometimes boiled and eaten by the colonists at the Cape.
 
South Africa. The root is sometimes boiled and eaten by the colonists at the Cape.
  
== ''Baccaurea dulcis'' Muell. ==
 
''Euphorbiaceae''.
 
 
Malayan Archipelago; cultivated in China. The fruits of this species are rather larger than a cherry, nearly round and of a yellowish color. The pulp is luscious and sweet and is greatly eaten in Sumatra, where the tree is called choopah and in Malacca, where it goes by the name of rambeh.
 
 
== ''Baccaurea sapida'' Muell. ==
 
 
East Indies and Malay. This plant is cultivated for its agreeable fruits.  The Hindus call it lutqua.
 
 
== ''Baccaurea'' sp.? ==
 
 
India. Royle says the plant yields the tampui, a fruit ranking in point of taste and flavor along with the lausch.
 
  
 
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Aydendron
Sturtevant, Notes on edible plants, 1919
Babiana (Sturtevant, 1919)
Baccaurea


Babiana plicata Ker-Gawl.

Iridaceae. BABOON-ROOT.

South Africa. The root is sometimes boiled and eaten by the colonists at the Cape.