Mussaenda (family Rubiaceae) A genus of small trees and shrubs in which the flowers have 1 sepal, enlarged, leafy, and brightly coloured, rendering the inflorescence showy and conspicuous. Several species are ornamentals. There are about 200 species, occurring in the palaeotropics.
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