Lindernia crustacea (L.) F. Muell. (Syst. Census Austral. Pl. 1: 97. 1882.)
Localities: West Indies (exotic), Lesser Antilles (exotic) [Grenada, Dominica, Martinique, Monserrat, St. Lucia, St. Vincent], Greater Antilles [Jamaica (exotic), Cuba (exotic), Puerto Rico (exotic)[], ], North America (exotic), Mexico (exotic), Central America (exotic), South America (exotic), Old World (native),
Common Names: Cresson bâtard (L. Antilles),
Synonyms: Capraria crustacea L. (Mant. Pl. 1: 87. 1767.), Vandellia crustacea (L.) Benth. (Scroph. Ind. 35. 1835.),
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