Canavalia nitida (Cav.) Piper (Bahama baybean)

Scientific name : Canavalia nitida (Cav.) Piper
Botanical Family : Fabaceae

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The plant Canavalia nitida (Cav.) Piper, is the 44953rd most popular plant at placing it in the top 22% of botanical plant names on our site.

English name : Bahama baybean
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