Erythrina suberosa (Pangara)

Taxonomy

Kingdom:
Plantae
Division:
Angiospermae
Class:
Magnoliopsida
Order:
Fabales
Family:
Fabaceae
Genus:
Phaseoleae
Species :
E. suberosa
Height:
50 - 60 Feet
Leaf Size:
0 - 0 cm
Leaf Type:
Deltoid

A flowering plant which is part of the pea family. It has bright red flowers, and this may be the origin of the common name “Flame Tree”. The branches can resemble the shape of sea coral, and this is an alternative source for the name – “Corallium rubrum”

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