File:Ra‘au Papa‘a (in Tahitian) (2874724793).jpg
lud-WIG-ee-uh -- named for C G Ludwig, professor of natural history and medicine ok-toh-VAL-vis -- meaning, having eight ribs (or valves)
commonly known as: false primrose, Mexican primrose willow, swamp primrose, willow primrose, yellow willow herb • Marathi: पाण लवंग panlavang • Sanskrit: भूलवंग bhulavangah • Telugu: నిరుఅగ్నివేండ్రపాకు neeru-agnivendrapaku
Native to: probably Micronesia; pan-tropical distribution
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|Author||Dinesh Valke from Thane, India|
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