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== ''Byrsonima crassifolia'' H. B. & K. ==
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== ''Byrsonima crassifolia'' ==
''Malpighiaceae''.
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''Byrsonima crassifolia'' H. B. & K. ''Malpighiaceae''.
  
 
A small tree of New Granada and Panama. The small, acid berries are eaten.
 
A small tree of New Granada and Panama. The small, acid berries are eaten.
  
== ''Byrsonima spicata'' Rich. ==
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== ''Byrsonima spicata'' ==
SHOEMAKER'S TREE.
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''Byrsonima spicata'' Rich. SHOEMAKER'S TREE.
  
 
Tropical America. The yellow, acid berries are good eating but astringent.
 
Tropical America. The yellow, acid berries are good eating but astringent.

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Buxus
Sturtevant, Notes on edible plants, 1919
Byrsonima (Sturtevant, 1919)
Cadaba


Byrsonima crassifolia

Byrsonima crassifolia H. B. & K. Malpighiaceae.

A small tree of New Granada and Panama. The small, acid berries are eaten.

Byrsonima spicata

Byrsonima spicata Rich. SHOEMAKER'S TREE.

Tropical America. The yellow, acid berries are good eating but astringent.