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Sabicea
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Sabicea is a genus of flowering plants in the family Rubiaceae. They are known commonly as the woodvines.[1] There are about 145 species. Most are distributed in tropical Africa and South America.[2]

Species include:

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  1. ^ Sabicea. USDA PLANTS.
  2. ^ Zemagho, L., Lachenaud, O., Dessein, S., Liede-Schumann, S., & Sonké, B. (2014). Two new Sabicea (Rubiaceae) species from West Central Africa: Sabicea bullata and Sabicea urniformis. Phytotaxa, 173(4), 285-292.

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Sabicea: Brief Summary
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Sabicea is a genus of flowering plants in the family Rubiaceae. They are known commonly as the woodvines. There are about 145 species. Most are distributed in tropical Africa and South America.

Species include:

Sabicea batesii Sabicea cinerea Aubl. – largeflower woodvine Sabicea medusula Sabicea pedicellata Sabicea pyramidalis L. Andersson Sabicea stenantha K.Krause Sabicea villosa Willd. ex Roem. & Schult. – woolly woodvine Sabicea xanthotricha Wernham
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