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Synonym: Commelina nigritana var. gambiae
Not native to Florida
Rarely found in the central and southern Florida peninsula, this species is native to western Africa.
Commelina gambiae is a member of the Commelinaceae - Spiderwort family.
Other species of the Commelina genus in the Wild Florida Photo database:
View Commelina erecta - WHITEMOUTH DAYFLOWER
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