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Distribution: In areas of disturbed or secondary vegetation. Although this species was described based on material from French Guiana, it is native to western Africa, where it has been cultivated for centuries (Burkill, 1985). Today it is cultivated throughout the tropics, where it has become naturalized.

Public Forests: Río Abajo.


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