Schefflera morototoni (Aubl.) Maguire, Steyerm. & Frodin (Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 38: 51. 1984)
Localities: West Indies (native), Lesser Antilles (native) [], Greater Antilles [ Cuba (native), Hispaniola (native)[ Dominican Republic, Haiti,], Puerto Rico (native)[], Virgin Islands (native) ( St. John, St. Thomas, Tortola, ) ], North America (Mexico), Mexico (native), Central America (native), South America (native),
Common Names: Aralie grandes feuilles (Haiti), Aralie-grandes-feuilles (L. Antilles), Arriero (Cuba), Badana (Cuba), Bois canot (Haiti), Bois flot (L. Antilles), Bois trembler (Haiti), Botijón (Cuba), Cordobán (Cuba), Espadero (Cuba), Grayumo macho (Puerto Rico), Le tremble (Haiti), Le trembler (Haiti), Llagrumo macho (Puerto Rico), Padero (Cuba), Palo de sable (Dominican Republic), Palo de viento (Dominican Republic), Palo de yagua (Dominican Republic), Papayón (Cuba), Pata de gallo (Dominican Republic), Pie de gallo (Dominican Republic), Sablito (Dominican Republic), Yabruma (Cuba), Yagruma macho (Cuba), Yagrumo colorado (Dominican Republic), Yagrumo macho (Dominican Republic), Yagrumo macho (Puerto Rico), Yuruma (Cuba),
Synonyms: Didymopanax chrysophyllus (Vahl) Decne. & Planch. (Rev. Hort., ser. 4(3): 109. 1854.), Didymopanax micans (Willd.) Krug & Urb. (in I. Urban, Symb. Antill. 1: 204. 1899.), Didymopanax morototoni (Aubl.) Decne. & Planch. (Rev. Hort., ser. 4(3): 109. 1854.), Didymopanax undulatus Decne. & Planch. ex C. Wright (in F.A. Sauvalle, Anales Acad. Ci. Méd. Habana 6: 98. 1869.), Panax chrysophyllus Vahl (Eclog. Amer. 1: 33. 1797 ["1796"].), Panax morototoni Aubl. (Hist. Pl. Guiane 2: 949. 1775.), Panax speciosus sensu Eggers, non Willd. (Fl. St. Croix 59. 1879.), Sciodadendron paniculatum Britton (Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 18: 37. 1891.),
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