Buddleja madagascariensis Lam. (Encycl. 1: 513. 1785)
Localities: West Indies (exotic), Greater Antilles [ Cuba (exotic), Puerto Rico (exotic)[], ], North America (exotic: FL), Mexico (exotic), South America (exotic), Old World (native: Madagascar),
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Last edited 28 Nov 07