Vitex divaricata is a tree shrub of the Caribbean native to Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands. Its Spanish vernacular names include higüerillo and higuerillo. Its English vernacular name is white fiddlewood. It belongs to the Order of Lamiales. This tree is common in the Toro Negro State Forest.
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- Catalogue of the Botanical Art Collection. Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation. Carnegie Mellon University. Retrieved 22 August 2013.
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