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Caperonia (false croton)

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Caperonia (false croton) is a genus of plants of the family Euphorbiaceae first described as a genus in 1825. The genus is native to tropical and subtropical America and Africa. Species 1. \n* Caperonia aculeolata - S Brazil 2. \n* Caperonia altissima - Paraguay 3. \n* Caperonia angustissima - Guyana 4. \n* Caperonia bahiensis - E Brazil, Paraguay 5. \n* Caperonia buettneriacea - S Brazil 6. \n* Caperonia capiibariensis - Paraguay 7. \n* Caperonia castaneifolia - widespread from Mexico + West Indies to Paraguay + NE Argentina; naturalized in Florida, Alabama 8. \n* Caperonia castrobarrosiana - Maranhão 9. \n* Caperonia chiltepecensis - Veracruz, Oaxaca 10. \n* Caperonia corchoroides - Guyana, Suriname 11. \n* Caperonia cordata - S Brazil, NE Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay 12. \n*
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